At the CES 2011, Cirago launched the CMC3200 Multimedia Center Bundle – its very first 1080p media player that offers 2TB of built-in storage, an 802.11n WiFi adapter, and a full year ofÂ PlayOn goodness. Now, Cirago fans out there can store all their media files on one reliable built-in hard drive and enjoy watching high definition 1080p videos directly on their TV. Not only that, the CMC3200 is also designed with a NAS function, so users can very much access files on the local network and stream files directly to the TV. And if they want to record live TV and record/playback different shows simultaneously, they can also do so with this multimedia bundle.
How about the PlayOn subscription? What benefits can consumers enjoy from that additional offering? Well, what else but easy access to online digital media services expansive variety of Internet video content from YouTube, Hulu, Netflix, Amazon VOD, and more. Valued at $40, this additional offering provides huge savings and a wider range of entertainment options, allowing users to enjoy a media that has more to offer, less the hefty price tag.
In relation to this, Cirago is also dishing out its NUS2000 Link+adapter, providing users remote access capabilities to up to four USB-connected storage devices. It is set to rival Pogoplug’s stable of NAS enablers, so watch out for it. Also, the company announced that its NUS1000 USB Network Storage Link will feature remote access, so that’s also something to look forward to.
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