Computex 2006: New Buffalo LinkTheater For Intel Viiv PCs

Posted: Jun 5 2006, 1:04pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:44pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
Computex 2006: New Buffalo LinkTheater For Intel Viiv PCs
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Buffalo announced today at the Computex show in Taipei a new wireless A/G Media Player (PC-P4LWAG) with Philips and Mediabolic technology.

The new Buffalo LinkTheater is one of the first multimedia devices designed to work with Intel Viiv™ technology.
Powered by Mediabolic’s Media Player software and the Philips Nexperia media processor you can stream media files wirelessly throughout your house.
The focus for the new LinkTheater is on ease of use and simple configuration. The device also supports DLNA and UPnP standards. Buffalo LinkTheater Wireless-A&G Media Player (PC-P4LWAG) will be available in the US in late June at an estimated street price of $249.
More details in this press-release and on the Buffalo site.

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