PalmButler - Wireless PC To TV Gadget

Posted: Aug 8 2003, 9:28pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:56pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
PalmButler - Wireless PC To TV Gadget
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Danish Company Homelinc introduces Palmbutler.

Palmbutler makes your PC's digital media (streaming content, DivX movies, DVD's CD audio, MP3, photos, you name it) available anywhere in the house.

The Palmbutler Linkbox converts the PC's sound and video signal into a radio- and TV channel, which in turn is distributed through the home's antenna network.
The Palmbutler software creates a menu on your TV, showing the PC's digital media. This makes it easy to navigate through the PC's movies, music or photo files. The TV-menu can be modified to fit your requirements.
Scripting allows you to extend its capabilities.
With the wireless remote control you can navigate through the PC's digital media, no matter where you are in your home. The remote control communicates wirelessly with the PC and has an indoor range of 40 meters.
There is no US distributor yet.

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