FlipShare TV now made available



Cisco who has recently acquired the company behind the line of Flip Video camcorders, are now back with a brand new release for you to part with your hard earned cash this holiday season. We’re talking about a new innovation in home video sharing with the device known as FlipShare TV. Touted to be the first of its kind in the industry, FlipShare TV will offer the user’s whole Flip Video library of photos and videos right smack in the middle of the family room over the HDTV screen – all done sans pesky wires running over the ground. This means you can always share your videos instantly with other FlipShare TV owners as well, any time, anywhere.

Similar to its other Flip Video products, the FlipShare TV is a snap to set up and use. You will need to connect the tiny FlipShare TV base to the TV through the included composite cables or an HDMI cable, while the FlipShare TV USB key will be plugged into a USB port on a PC or Mac. Both USB key and console have been preconfigured to function wirelessly, giving you instant wireless viewing on the TV without having to work around a wireless home network. Couch potatoes will also love the included wireless remote that lets you navigate through the intuitive TV interface before selecting one’s favorite videos, custom movies, or photos and watch them in full HD glory.

FlipShare TV was specially designed to play nice with FlipShare 5.0, a brand new software from Flip Video which offers a convenient and easy way to organize, edit, and share favorite video moments online as well as through cellphones. Not oly that, you can also view videos shared by other Flip Video users on their own TV, thanks to automatic accessibility of videos shared via Flip Channels. Interested in picking one up for your living room this Christmas? You’ll need to pony up $149.99 for the FlipShare TV then.

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3 reviews or comments

Cliffy44 Says: December 3, 2009 at 10:30 pm

In the spring, summer and early fall, I subscribe to MLB.com, to watch out of market baseball games. It’s streamed from MLB to my computer.

Would this device allow me to stream live (streamed) video from my computer to my TV?

My TV is older and only has an RF input, and red, yellow and white RCA phono pin inputs.

Thanks for the info.

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Edwin Says: December 4, 2009 at 1:21 am

Hi Cliffy44, guess if your TV doesn’t have composite, then it is a no go 🙁

JimmFly Says: March 29, 2010 at 6:48 pm

Hello Cliffy44,

I am using a Standard Def TV too and i was able to connect my FlipShare TV using the RCA connectors. Flips support site was quite useful also in allowing to me fully enjoy FlipShare TV functionalities. You can visit their support site at http://www.theflip.com. Just go to the Q and A section.

Happy Viewing

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