AVerMedia releases AVerTV Hybrid TVBox 11


AVerMedia Technologies has announced the release of their latest generation device where digital High Definition entertainment is concerned – the AVerTV Hybrid TVBox 11. This Sleek and light-weight device could fool you into thinking it can’t do much, but actually packs in a whole ton of features that allow you to bring together a variety of multimedia entertainment devices, turning your large LCD monitor or multimedia projector into the focal point of home theater entertainment in your pad. The TVBox tuner aims to introduce a paradigm shift where viewing and enjoying multimedia entertainment is concerned, courtesy of its digital and hybrid capabilities.

You can choose either analog or digital HDTV with the AVerTV Hybrid TVBox 11, where it will automatically transform your regular large LCD monitor or projector into a plug and play multimedia entertainment hub. Features include High Definition component input/outputs up to 1080i, and with the S-Video/Component 2-in-1 cable, users are able to hook up multiple entertainment devices including HD Camcorders, Blu-ray Disc players and HD Game Consoles like the XBox 360, PS3 and Wii. Not only is the AVerTV Hybrid TVBox 11 perfect for home, it would also work equally well when you’re in the classroom or at a corporate boardroom. AVerMedia Technologies has also introduced a new feature of the TVBox 11 by allowing transparent PIP (Picture-In-Picture) function. This enables the user to continue working on their project while catching a glance of what’s going on digital HDTV simultaneously – not exactly the most productive method of going about things at work, but at least it helps you keep up with the latest football scores while furiously trying to finish up that long overdue report.

The AVerTV Hybrid TVBox 11 is already available and will retail for $199.99 a pop.

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