Posted Thu Mar 25, 2010 at 02:45 PM PDT by Mike Attebery
The Solo 1 has up to 2TB of storage and can play 1080p video and 7.1 channel surround with the best of them. And, for a Blu-ray Server, it’s nice and inexpensive.
Blu-ray servers aren’t for everyone. They’re expensive, they’re time consuming to setup, and they have limited functionality. The Mozaex Solo 1 is no exception, but it does strive to be the most practical one yet.
The Solo 1 holds up to 2TB worth of Blu-ray content, which averages out to be around 25 movies. No matter what room of the house you’re in, you can watch content directly from the Solo 1. It’s a cool setup for sure.
Of course, it plays a lot more than just backed up Blu-rays. Netflix and Pandora are both enabled on the Solo 1, and ripped CDs, DVDs , MP3s and other files all play back on the Solo 1 to any location in the house.
It’s small, it’s quiet, and it’s the lightest Blu-ray server yet, at just over six pounds. It’s built especially for hanging out on server racks in homes or on yachts.
The Mozaex Solo 1 is available now, but even as the most affordable Blu-ray server, it retails at “just under $4,300.”
Source: Home Toys
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