It’s official. The award-winning Popcorn Hour C-200 now has a son – the Popbox. Syabas designed this tiny, open platform settop box to excellently stream movies, music, games, photos, updates on social media, to the contemporary HDTVs. This company’s baby supports nearly all types of audio and video file and reads content from the web, a laptop or desktop computer, and even from a USB-connected storage device like an external hard drive or a camcorder.
So what makes the Popbox different from its rivals in the market? Well, this device boasts its being user-friendly and its ability to handle almost any type of file and content. It also features open development platform which lets media companies quickly build up, organize, and monetize a plethora of interactive high definition content and applications. Also, the company provided this new media streamer with additional application and content partners which include Twitter, Crunchyroll, SHOUTcast, Netflix, and FunSpot.
Another amazing feature of the Popbox v1.0 is its easy-to-navigate user interface (UI) which allows you to browse content from a wide range of content channels online and even from home-based media library with full metadata-based navigation. This revamped UI displays weather and twitter feeds once the user pauses, and increases Popapps support to give way to Flash, Java, and QT. As for video processing, this Popcorn Hour-evolved gadget supports 100Mbps bitrate 1080p video. Storage is handed over to external USB drives and SD cards.
Syabas promised to release the Popbox in the United States in March for $129. Meantime, you can purchase its highly-esteemed predecessor – the Popcorn Hour C-200 as well as the Popcorn Hour A-110 HD Networked Media Tank at Amazon.
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