Kodak Unveils Theater HD Player

Posted: Jul 10 2008, 1:10pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:23am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 

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Kodak isn’t only about film and cameras these days. Kodak also has a range of other electronics like the new Kodak Theatre HD Player. The device is a HD media player that uses Wi-Fi to access different content online through Kodak media partners.

A wireless remote pointer allows navigation through the content. The player will stream music, pictures, video and podcasts using a Wi-Fi network in the home. The videos and pictures can also be from a user’s personal library of home video and images. The device measures 6” x 8” x 1” and be available starting in September for $299.99.

"The proliferation of HDTV technology has created a demand for HD content beyond standard television programming," said John Blake, General Manager Digital Capture and Devices, Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. "With the KODAK Theatre HD Player, consumers will relive the most cherished moments of their lives on their HDTV -- the largest and highest quality display device in their home. Consumers will have the ability to do more than ever with their pictures, music and videos with easier and more interactive access to their personal content, as well as content from family and friends from around the globe."

Via Kodak

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