SlingBox Personal Broadcaster

Posted: Aug 20 2004, 2:57am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:50pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
SlingBox Personal Broadcaster
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eHomeUpgrade reports about a new Silicon Valley startup called Sling Media and their SlingBox Personal Broadcaster.

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"Get ready for a new device that is going to be the next “must have” digital entertainment device for your home entertainment system. We're not kidding! If everything goes to plan, Sling Media, a San Francisco based start-up, at year end will begin selling the SlingBox Personal Broadcaster (MSRP $199), a device that plugs into a DVR, cable box, satellite receiver, or stereo at home and converts the analog stream into digital bits which can then be sent directly, in real-time, to any network PC or portable device (Laptop, PDA, cellphone, etc.) with a high-speed Internet connection. "
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In context of getting any media to any device there is a long and celebrating article about Tivo's Strangeberry project on Business 2.0. Looks like Strangeberry is not so unique after all.





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