Want Boxee and Hulu to play in high-def on your TV? Check out the Myka ION – the first consumer Web-to-TV product that can easily run Boxee, Hulu and other leading Internet video services. The Myka ION as the name suggests, leverages the NVIDIA ION (9400M) graphic chipset with a power sipping Intel Atom N330 processor so, it can handle full 1080p HD video with ease. The Intel and NVIDIA processors do all the heavy lifting, such as video encoding/decoding during playback, resulting in seamless, high-quality content beamed directly to your TV. Myka ION lets you browse to any Web site and play video content directly onto your TV – bypassing your PC completely. No messing with conversion software, no tinkering with anything. In other words, with the Myka ION, you don’t need to do any work to figure out how to get a downloaded video to play on your TV. With a wide range of file formats supported, you don’t need to think about it at all. Just plug it in and enjoy.
Within, you’ll also find ten USB 2.0 ports, up to 4GB of RAM, VGA / DVI / HDMI outputs, an eSATA connector, Ethernet and plenty of audio outputs. The fanless design ensures that things remain quiet, and for those oozing cash, a Blu-ray drive, HDD and WiFi module can be implanted. All this nerdy goodness doesn’t come cheap though. The base model Myka ION without wireless or a Blu-ray drive and only a 160 GB hard drive, costs $379 and will take 4-6 weeks to ship. Once you add all the options, the price climbs to a $769.
See also the Myka 1tb Network Video Player available here.
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