CinemaCube HD Media Player Debuts

Posted: Jun 25 2009, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:04pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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A company called ZINNET unveiled a new HD media player for the living room today called the CinemaCube. The device is also designed to allow downloading of BitTorrent programs. Along with the CinemaCube, the company also unveiled a device called Air HD that wirelessly streams HD transmissions to your TV.

The CinemaCube sells for $89.99, connects to your TV, and has a place to connect USB storage devices. The device is networkable and can play content stored on local PCs and allows for PC free BitTorrent downloads.

The Air HD device is a Transmitter and Receiver kit that streams up to 1080i at 60Hz and 1080p at 24Hz/30Hz over a 70-foot range. The device allows all HD capable components to be in a different room than the TV. The Air HD system sells for $399.99.

Via ZINNET

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