NeoDigits announces the Helios X3000 and X5000 HD NetworkMedia Players both set to be launched by June 2006.
The X-Line’s built-in LAN, WIFI and USB ports allow connecting and sharing digital audio, video and images. The neoDigits NeoLink software is able to synchronize with AppleiTunes, Real Rhapsody and Napster, supports Windows Media/WinAMP playlists, and does real time transcoding for Real player (RMVB) and 3GPP formats.
Upscaling to 1080p resolution, the X-Line lets you watch standard DVD titles, MP4, DivX, XviD, DVD VOB, XviD HD, DivX HD, HD TS, WMV HD and more in HD on your HD Ready big screen.
The X5000 is designed for the home theater enthusiast with its handcrafted brushed aluminum panel and full metal case. The R-core linear power supply gives the X5000 a stable and distortion-free power source. Burr Brown DAC integration offers pure and noise-free digital-to-analog conversion.
The cheaper X3000 has the same features and functionality, but no audiophile components.
More details on the NeoDigits site.
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