Sungale Kula IPTV Will Be Shown At CES 2010

Posted: Dec 19 2009, 11:52am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:23pm CDT, in News | CES

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There's only so many seconds the average man can stay sane without needing outside digital stimuli. Thanks to the Kula IPTV and other products like it, we need never sink deep into television withdrawals ever again. The Kula is a portable WiFi IPTV with a 4.3" LCD screen and access to a variety of live, streaming TV programs all over the world. Users have the option of picking shows by country, language, or topic. The Kula IPTV has access to over 500 local and international channels. In addition, it is also being billed as a fully functional PMP. It packs 2 GB of internal memory and can accept up to 16 GB SD cards. Sungale will be showing off the Kula, as well as an e-Reader, IP radio, and the Cyberus line of Smart Info engines at CES 2010.

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