GoVideo Shows Newest Wireless Media Player

GoVideo today announced it will be demonstrating its new D2740 Wireless Media Receiver+DVD Player at the Intel Developer Forum, Sept. 7 – 9, at the Moscone South Convention Center, in San Francisco. The product will be demonstrated live to conference attendees and will also be on display at the Conference’s digital home product display.

GoVideo’s D2740 Wireless Media Receiver+DVD Player comes equipped with 802.11g wireless networking and Ethernet onboard, enabling users to effortlessly stream audio, video, and picture content throughout the home to any TV or home theater system. GoVideo’s StreamLink technology enables content to be accessed on the TV from the PC using either a wired or wireless home network. GoVideo has optimized its StreamLink Technology for UPnP-certified music services such as the critically acclaimed Rhapsody music service from RealNetworks, Inc. 

GoVideo is working toward obtaining Intel Networked Media Product Requirements (NMPR) certification for the D2740, in close cooperation with Intel, Digital 5, Inc., and other technology companies. Intel NMPR certification will open new and exciting possibilities for accessing and enjoying content throughout the home. The D2740 will be one of the only leading Wireless Media Receivers on the market today offering this level of convenience for streaming music, movies, and pictures. 

In addition to its streaming capabilities, the GoVideo D2740 Wireless Media Receiver+DVD Player comes with many sophisticated DVD features including a Progressive Scan output that provides enhanced quality picture, and a built in Dolby Digital decoder giving consumers flexibility in their surround sound applications. The D2740 is equipped with Composite, Component, and S-Video outputs giving users the highest video quality, and Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio Outputs. The DVD tray also allows for periodic product updating via CD-R/RW discs.

“Networked home entertainment products continue to be a significant growth segment, and GoVideo has taken a leading position in creating these smart, convenient devices,” said Ed Brachocki, GoVideo’s chief executive officer. “Since we introduced the world’s first networked DVD player in 2003, we’ve witnessed significant growth in the category. We’re dedicated to continuing to pioneer new features and capabilities to make it easy for consumers everywhere to stream content in the home.” 

The GoVideo D2740 Wireless Media Receiver+DVD Player will be available in October to consumers throughout the United States. 

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