ViewSonic NexTV VMP75 network media player
ViewSonic is more often than not associated with LCD monitors which are easy on the pocket, alongside HDTVs which fall under the cheaper, more affordable range that do not skimp on quality. Well, the company is back this time round with a device that will surely make people do a doule take – after all, what they are offering has nothing to do with displaying moving images on a display on your work space or living room, but it comes in the form of the NexTV VMP75 network media player instead. This network media player is touted to deliver the ultimate entertainment experience to consumers’ HDTVs with Full HD 1080p playback from external storage devices, with the option to stream media from home networks and the Internet.
One of the available Internet options on the NexTV VMP75 network media player would be Netflix, which is a leading online movie subscription service that allows members to instantly watch thousands of movies and TV episodes that are streamed directly to your living room. Of course, this would mean having a decent Internet connection so that your movies and TV shows will not be buffered constantly with constant pauses in between.
Apart from that, the NexTV VMP75 also sports the iMedia feature that offers a whole world of Internet entertainment to HDTVs, complete with quick and easy links to media content a host of other websites such as YouTube, Live365.com, SHOUTcast Radio, Flickr and more. It also sports an integrated web browser that lets you surf the Internet without missing your desktop, and you can also set up your favorite RSS feeds to have instant news and world events of interest delivered straight to your living room (or wherever you decide to place the NexTV VMP75 network media player). Social networking sites including Twitter and Facebook are also supported, letting you know what they’re up to anytime, anywhere. Want to shar your latest photo collection with friends who drop by? Stick in an USB memory stick or hard drive via its USB port – that’ll do just fine. No idea on pricing or availability though.