If you’re still wondering where all of the Ultra HD 4K content is, your may want to check out UltraFlix. UltraFlix is a new 4K Ultra HD IPTV/OTT network, which is exclusive to NanoTech’s Nuvola NP-1 player.
The player was first announced late last year, but the service didn’t launch until spring 2014. Well, it looks like NanoTech is keeping its promise to add content, recently announcing 45 new concerts, music videos and sports programs for the UltraFlix network.
According to the announcement, 4K Studios will create 4K digital masters from the films. As far as music goes, there will be full concerts, including RJD2: Live at the Rave, Jason Aldean: Night Train To Georgia, Rickie Lee Jones: Live in Stockholm, and Widespread Panic: Wood Tour. Users can also tap into a selection of music videos from AC/DC, Amy Winehouse, Beyonce, Justin Bieber and Madonna.
Finally, a new collection of 19 sports videos will be available, including 2013 Isle of Man TT, Eyes Wide Open, Red Bull X Fighters, Red Bull Rampage Ferrari at 60, Moto 4: The Movie, Le Mans 2012, and The Art of Flight.
UltraFlix subscribers also have on-demand access to about 350 hours of sci-fi, action/thriller, comedy, drama and family movies, as well as sports videos, concerts, TV shows, special events and Moving Murals—all with an Ultra HD resolution. The service also has 100 hours of free content to sample.
“NanoTech’s UltraFlix on Nuvola and impending massive launch and several major 4K Smart TVs represents a monumental leap forward in terms of delivering on what consumers want—and the industry needs—for 4K to really take off,” said Rod Riegel of NanoTech’s content advisory board. “By bringing a diverse offering of popular genres into stunning digital 4K UHD, audiences will have an opportunity to experience these titles as the producers have always intended.”
NanoTech’s Nuvola NP-1 comes pre-loaded with UltraFlix, as well as a few other video, gaming and social media applications. It even supports streaming in HD, SD and 3D. Based on the latest Android OS, the NP-1 can also access content from the NVIDIA Tegra Zone, Ouya and the Google Play Store. It’s selling now for $299.
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