NuVo Can Now Get Your PC Music to Its M3 Server Wirelessly
The Wireless USB Syncing Device from NuVo Technologies for its M3 server can distribute your PC audio without any 'strings' attached.
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NuVo Technologies’ M3 audio server
November 08, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

Set your mind and music free with NuVo Technologies’ new music server accessory. Okay, maybe not your mind. But the Wireless USB Syncing Device will set your PC-stored music free to roam on NuVo’s M3 server without a hard-wired connection.

The Wireless USB Syncing Device employs the wireless-G frequency specially dialed in to the M3, NuVo says. So you can enjoy all of the thousands of tunes housed on your PC anywhere in your home without worrying about ugly wires.

The device has full Digital Rights Management compliance and compatibility with standard compressed and uncompressed files in formats such as WMA, MP3 and WAV. The server features three source outputs, a 160-GB hard drive, NuVoNet Communication and Windows Media Player music management.

It will be available in December for $399 MSRP.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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