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D-Link Streams HD from the PC
The new, improved DSM-510 MediaLounge delivers digital content to TVs and home entertainment centers.
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December 21, 2006 by Rachel Cericola

While your friends are streaming video clips and family photos from their PCs to the TV, you can be one-upping them (again!) with D-Link’s new MediaLounge Wireless Media Player.

The DSM-510 can do everything the other units can do, delivering video, digital photos, music and more to televisions and home entertainment centers from computers and storage devices over a home network via a wired or 802.11g/b wireless connection. The hook, however, is that this compact unit throws a little high-def into the mix.

For HD, you’ll need to hardwire your network. One step at a time, kiddies.

The company is also boasting that the product is Intel Viiv-verified. If you don’t have a Viiv-enabled PC, you can still use the product, but you won’t get access to the Viiv Zone, which offers on-demand, Web content, including movies, music videos, TV shows, and information services.

  • $239.99
  • Available now
  • Works with Windows 2000, XP or Intel Viiv platforms
  • HDMI, composite & optical digital audio connectors
  • Supports MPEG-1/2/4, WMV9, XVID with MP3 or PCM, AVI, DVR-MS, MP3, WAV Audio, WMA and AIFF, Ogg Vorbis, JPEG, JPEG2000, TIFF 9, BMP, PNG & GIF

 

 

 

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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