Tag Archives: Streaming Media Player

Pre-order Opens For Atari Modern Day Connected Game Console, Atari VCS

Lo and behold. Atari is finally getting back into the game that it had once rein supreme. Now, please don’t ask why we have missed the announcement last year, but anyways, what matters here is, it is now a reality called Atari VCS. VCS here is, of course, the moniker once associated with the classic Atari 2600, which is also the design this modern day Atari console drew its inspiration from and hence, the delightful, retro-licious look. Continue reading Pre-order Opens For Atari Modern Day Connected Game Console, Atari VCS

Xiaomi Mi Box 4K Android TV Set-top Box Lands In The USA, Priced At $69

As much as I hate to admit, I do have a thing for Xiaomi’s products, in spite of its lack of creativity and originality (until of late, that is). And why not? After all, most of its product are functional, sleek and most importantly, very affordable. The Xiaomi Mi Box 4K Android TV Set-top Box is one such examples. Since its unveiling back in May at Google I/O, folks from Stateside can only dream about an affordable 4K Android TV box. Well, not anymore cos’ the China electronics maker has make good on its promise to bring this little black box to the U.S. Continue reading Xiaomi Mi Box 4K Android TV Set-top Box Lands In The USA, Priced At $69

Here Are Some Drool Worthy Gadgets Made By Google

Today is officially the Made by Google day. Along with the unveiling of the company’s very first smartphone, Pixel, the search giant also announced a bunch of drool worthy gadgets aim to make your life a little more, well, high-tech. The slew of Made by Google gadgets include Google’s official foray in to the world of virtual reality, Daydream and Daydream VR, Google’s answer to Amazon’s Echo, Google Home, Google’s solution to simplifying Wi-Fi, and an updated Chromecast that faster and supports 4K, HDR as well as Dolby Vision. Continue reading Here Are Some Drool Worthy Gadgets Made By Google

Amazon’s New Fire TV Stick And Fire TV With Voice Remote

The future of gadgets, as it seems, would rely mostly on voice control. Perhaps we are getting lazier which makes hand or fingers movement deem too much of an exertion. Perhaps. Whatever the the reason might be, voice command is the future. Apple’s new Apple TV, which was introduced last September, has voice-enabled remote and during the same time, Amazon did the same to its two streaming media players: Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. First and foremost, high definition connoisseurs will be glad to know that 4K contents are now supported on the new Fire TV and 1080p also gets a boost in quality – thanks to the new HEVC codec support. Continue reading Amazon’s New Fire TV Stick And Fire TV With Voice Remote

AC Ryan Expands into the U.S., Debuts VEOLO 4K Streaming Player on Amazon

If you adore 4K resolution and want your home entertainment to be future-proof, then you would want a 4K capable streaming media player as part of your 4K home entertainment setup. If so, you will be glad to know that Singapore-based AC Ryan is expanding their presence in the U.S. with the help of Spear Logic Inc. and the first product that folks in Stateside can get their hands on is the outfit’s latest Veolo 4K Streaming Media Player, which is available as we speak via Amazon. As the product name implies, Veolo 4K is a 4K capable streaming media player that offers True 2160p H.265 hardware decoding and HDMI 2.0 video output. Continue reading AC Ryan Expands into the U.S., Debuts VEOLO 4K Streaming Player on Amazon

Razer Forge TV Brings Android And PC Gaming To Your Living Room

Android-based game console is not the newest news, but one that streams PC games to your living, now that’s news and such is what the Razer Forge TV, introduced at last week’s CES, can do. Razer is going all nuts about Android-based gaming and the Forge TV is set to pose serious competition to traditional game console as well as made-for-living PC boxes, such as steam consoles. Driven by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip, packing a 2.5GHz quad-core Krait 450 processor and Adreno 420 GPU, the Forge TV is blessed with 2GB RAM with 16GB internal storage, and is naturally, outfitted with a host of connectivity options, including Bluetooth 4.1 technology, Wireless ac, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 port, as well as HDMI 1.4 output. Continue reading Razer Forge TV Brings Android And PC Gaming To Your Living Room

AC Ryan Brings 4K Playback to Streaming Media Player with Veolo 4K

4K content is not widespread yet, but that does not mean you cannot be prepped for its imminent arrival. That said, you can start by acquiring a 4K-capable TV if you haven’t done so and a 4K-capable streaming media player, such as the AC Ryan Veolo 4K Streaming Media Player. Veolo 4K is the latest to join the growing number of Ultra HD media player and is equipped with True 2160p H.265 hardware decoding capabilities and HDMI 2.0 video output to handle whatever 4K files you throw at it, be it streaming or downloaded. It runs on Android 4.4 KitKat with clockwork undertaken by an all-new Rockchip RK3288 System-on-Chip that packs a 1.8GHz quad-core Cortex A17 ARM processor and Mali T-764 3D graphics processor. Continue reading AC Ryan Brings 4K Playback to Streaming Media Player with Veolo 4K

Amazon Goes Head-to-Head with Chromecast and Roku with Fire TV Stick Streaming Media Player

In case you’re wondering about the post title… no, we didn’t make it up. The fact that the new Amazon Fire TV Stick‘s press text kicks off with a statement like “powerful hardware – dual-core processor, 2x the memory of Chromecast…” and makes reference to having 32x more storage than the Roku Streaming Stick, it is pretty clear where this stick-style streaming media player has its sight set on. But it takes a step up the game with a few other features, including Fire TV’s user interface and comes supplied with a remote control to facilitate ease of navigation. However, if black plastic remote is not your kind of thing, a free mobile app, supporting voice search, will also allow the use of your trusty smartphone to wield control over this little guy. Continue reading Amazon Goes Head-to-Head with Chromecast and Roku with Fire TV Stick Streaming Media Player

Google Announces New Nexus Phone, Tablet, Player and Android ‘Lollipop’

today (or yesterday for some), Google has announced a few new products without much fanfare, like it always do. and so yes, the much anticipated Nexus 6 is official and it was announced along with two other new Nexus devices: Nexus 9 tablet and a Nexus Player, a streaming media box for, you know, stuff like movies and games. today’s announcement also marks the first time that all Nexus devices planned were being announced together and along with the new hardware introduction, the new Android 5.0 Lollipop was also made official. naturally, those new devices will be running on the new Lollipop when they becomes available next month. Continue reading Google Announces New Nexus Phone, Tablet, Player and Android ‘Lollipop’

Tubecore Duo Expands Beyond Wireless Audio Streaming, Lets You Play Steam Games Too

Tubecore Duo Intelligent Home Audio System distinguishes itself as a capable tube-powered wireless speaker, but their latest DUO has little more to offer than blissful audio reproduction. with the new DUO, it now boasts integration with Intel’s Next Unit of Computing (NUC), supporting up to Intel Core i5 processor and Intel Graphics HD 5000 GPU, that not only streams of music, but also runs Steam and XBMC. the exterior looks nearly identical to its predecessor, but that’s as far as the similarity goes. beneath its attractive wooden enclosure, it boasts an upgraded internal electronics to include Tubecore’s 48V vacuum tube pre-amp and a 24-bit digital-to-analog convertor (DAC), working alongside with a multi-stage filtered power distribution system which is said to provide a distortion free playback even when crank up to the eleven. Continue reading Tubecore Duo Expands Beyond Wireless Audio Streaming, Lets You Play Steam Games Too