ICube Play@TV NMP-4000 Network Media Player Review

Posted: Jan 19 2004, 5:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:12pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

iCube Play@TV NMP-4000 Network Media Player Review
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ATrueReview has a review about the iCube Play@TV NMP-4000 Network Media Player.

This is the age of digital media. Most, if not all, our media (i.e. music, pictures, videos…) are no longer rotting away in the prehistoric form. Instead they are now digital, forever preserving their quality. But for now, their digital nature that makes them ever lasting also binds them to the computer. To simply view and listen to our digital music and videos is fine on the computer, but only through home theater systems can we truly experience our digital media. A great way to do that is with the Play@TV Network Media Player from iCube. With this award winning device (2003 Intel Innovative PC Program Award), you will be able to enjoy your computer’s digital contents in the comfort of your living room through a home network.
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