Mvix Hi Def Media Player Ranks in Top 10 Hottest Linux Powered Gadgets
March 25, 2012 Jon 0 Comments
Chantilly, VA (PRWEB) July 31, 2008
Mvix high definition media player has been recognized as one of the “The 10 Hottest Linux Powered Gadgets’ by the popular technology portal TheHottestGadgets.com. The site reports: “The Mvix 1080p Media Center features high performance networking and hi-definition playback with support for a tremendous range of file formats. It’s huge internal HDD provides ample room for your entire media collection. The device also supports content streaming from your PC to your home theatre/stereo via a wireless network. The perfect solution for bringing what’s on your PC to the living room widescreen, in High-Def! ? ”
The recognition comes immediately after the “Editor’s Choice & Must Have” award for Mvix MX-780HD player by leading technology review site TweakTown.com.
“We are certainly excited and honored about these outstanding recognitions by Industry experts” – commented Mike Mallon, business development manager of Mvix(USA), Inc. “Achieving this status within 3yrs of our operations is certainly a morale booster for us. Our superior R&D, valuable feedback from our customers and continuous encouragement from our industry peers has been key to this success.”
The Mvix 1080p Wireless HD Media Center features a state-of-the-art digital playback solution for HTPC and many commercial applications like digital signage, network-based video rendering, studio archival etc. Key to MX-780HD’s versatility is in its numerous storage and connectivity choices. The MX-780HD has a built-in IDE / SATA interface similar to that found on personal computers. Users can augment the internal storage (upto 1 Terabyte) they have installed in the MX-780HD with external devices such as non-volatile USB thumb drives, DVD-ROM, digital media cards (CompactFlash, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, or xD, via a USB card reader), or even an expansive USB external hard disks. The MX-780HD is ideal for storing DVDs, camcorder footage, downloaded videos, sound bites, and archival clips that need to be used or shared.
“This is an important recognition of the progress that we have made in our product development,” commented Mike Mallon. “It is more meaningful for us in that these recognitions are selected by industry leaders and professionals. We will continue to develop and explore the market of media-centric systems to provide the best possible user experience in the most attractive design to delight our customers.”
ABOUT MVIX(USA), Inc.
MvixUSA is the market leader in technology and products for hard-disk based HTPCs, portable media-centers and hi-definition digital signage players. In addition, MvixUSA has leading expertise and products for digital playback of high-definition (1080p) video content, network streaming, network storage, and IP service integration. Since inception, MvixUSA’s commitment to delivering innovative solutions has put the company at the forefront of digital entertainment industry. With a versatile line of audio and video products for use at home, on the road and in business environments, MvixUSA caters to customers who value quality, style and a technology-enabled lifestyle. In the recent past, Mvix Media Centers has received accolades from many well-known and respected reviewers across the world. Recently it own the “Editor’s Choice – Must Have” award from reputed technology review site TweakTown.com and was declared one of the “10 Hottest Linux Powered Gadgets” by TheHottestGadgets.com . For more information, visit http://www.mvixusa.com or call 1-866-310-4923
4229 Lafayette Ctr Dr Suite 1700
Chantilly, VA 20151 (USA)
Phone: (866) 310 4923 Ext. 803
Fax: (866) 614 3880
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