Posted Mon May 24, 2010 at 08:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
It's the first of its kind, and it's under $200.
Home Theater PCs are incredibly cool. You can stream, download, and playback just about anything there is. You don't have to worry about compatibility with Flash or HTML5, and you don't need to hope for firmware updates to add Netflix and Hulu.
But they aren't always practical to have sitting right there in your entertainment center. Even small HTPCs take up space, and there's not always room. But thanks to the latest device from Brite-View, you can move the PC away from your TV and stream wirelessly.
"The HDelight lets users enjoy online entertainment on the big screen," says CEO Robert Lo. And it couldn't have come at a better time. As low puts it, "This will be a whole new experience for PC users, especially since Netflix will soon begin streaming 720p HD content."
You'll get uncompressed video, unnoticeable latency and a simple set-up. The Brite-View HDelight will be fairly inexpensive, coming in at at under $200 when it launches in July.
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