Neuros LINK Device And Neuros.TV Service Introduced

Posted: Nov 19 2008, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:46am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Neuros LINK Device and Neuros.TV Service introduced
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Neuros known for their Linux based Neuros OSD media streaming devices introduces Neuros Link. Neuros Link is a internet set-top box that is supposed to be better than other attempts to bring the internet to your TV in the living room.
The Neuros LINK is a Gamma Product (pre-production), it has plenty of functionality today for any user to understand its capabilities.
Neuros says that it is quite simply the most powerful piece of electronics that links the internet (and your home network) to your television. Whether you want to play downloaded content in practically any format from whatever source you choose, or stream shows directly from the broad collection of internet video websites (,, etc.) The Neuros LINK offers the most mature, robust playback capabilities.
If you want to try the Neuros LINK you can buy it today on the Neuros site as the company ships pre-production units in white boxes with a four month no questions asked return policy for $299.99.

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