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Friday, December 31, 2010

HTC Ventures Into The Living Room

Posted by Nurhisham Hussein in "HTC Android Phones" @ 08:00 AM

http://www.engadget.com/2010/12/30/...treamer-review/

"To say that HTC's Media Link is small is an understatement... It's so small that we thought that our friendly government import agents had stolen it from the box that had obviously been jimmied open for inspection while en route to our European test lab."

HTC's ambitions have lately started to venture far from its usual stomping grounds. The HTC Sense team for instance want to extend their UI design into consumer electronics, and some of you might remember the HTC Shift, a marriage between a UMPC slate and Windows Mobile. Here we have another sample of HTC's diversification strategy, albeit a logical one given their proven strength in smartphones. The HTC Media Link leverages on existing DLNA technology to allow wireless media streaming from your HTC smartphone to any DLNA ready screen. It's a neat device, especially for its size, and can act as a WiFi hotspot. Engadget's impressed with it, though they did note some weaknesses (compliance with other DLNA devices, the price) and they think its more suitable for road warriors rather than the home. Think it's suitable for you? Click through the link to read the review.


Sunday, September 5, 2010

LG Optimus 7 To Feature DLNA

Posted by Nurhisham Hussein in "LG Windows Phones" @ 09:00 AM

http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/04/...tos-to-tvs-lau/

LG's Optimus 7, now making the rounds as a developer handset, will feature DLNA onboard when it ships as a WP7 production set. For those of us who aren't quite up to date on the latest ion consumer electronics technology (like me), DLNA offers a simple, mostly trouble-free way of sharing your media across different devices - think bluetooth or wifi, but without jumping through the hoops (more detail here). Anyone here who's intrigued by this capability?


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