KiSS Plasma With Built-in W-fi DivX DVD Player

Posted: Jun 2 2004, 12:39pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:36pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

KiSS Plasma with Built-in W-fi DivX DVD Player
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KiSS known for its DivX compatible DVD Players, offers now a high-definition 42" (other sizes avail.) Plasma with built-in DVD Player.

In addition to standard Plasma specifications, the KiSS Plasma has a TV Tuner and holds a built-in a DVD player. As all KiSS DVD Players, this is a DivX compatible DVD Player (KiSS DP-500) with Ethernet Port and PC Card slot for wireless connection (802.11g), enabling it to read Audio/Video/Picture files from a connected PC as well as playing Internet Radio Stations with WebRadio.

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About KiSS Technologies:
KiSS Technology A/S was founded in 1994, and has established itself as one of the world’s leading producers of DVD products with support for MPEG4 based formats and other PC like capabilities. KiSS Technology is based in Denmark (Greater Copenhagen) and has three areas of business: DVD solutions, DVB solutions, plasma and TFT displays.

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