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PHOTOVIEW: Sling Media Slingbox SOLO
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 01.10.07 - 16:20:36 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 15286x
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Thanks to Sling Media, I've just received a brand new Slingbox SOLO which Sling Media recently announced and launched in North America incl. the US and Canada as well as in the UK.
The new Slingbox SOLO, a freshly designed new Slingbox that can connect to a standard definition or high definition set-top box transforms PCs, Notebook, Macs and for sure Windows Mobile smartphones as well as Palm devices and Nokia phones into personal, portable TVs and builds upon the goals of the original Slingbox - giving consumers the freedom to view their home cable, satellite or digital video recorder (DVR) programming on a wide range of devices anywhere they can access the Internet.

The Slingbox SOLO includes standard (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) video support and streams in full VGA resolution (640x480). Slingbox SOLO accepts inputs from either standard definition or high definition set-top boxes, giving you the ability to connect virtually any Audio/Video device via component video, S-Video or composite video connectors and features integrated looping outputs for each input.

Well, before I'm starting with the hardest part of the review, connecting the Slingbox SOLO to my Microsoft Windows Media Center and set-top box, to watch TV the next 24 hour (to get a better feeling what the Slingbox SOLO can do better than the Slingbox Classic), here we go with a couple of photos first:




The Slingbox SOLO will be available nationwide through Sling Media's retail partners, including Amazon.com, Best Buy, Buy.com, Circuit City, CompUSA, Fry's, J&R and Micro Center as well as SlingMedia.com for a suggested retail price of US$ 179.99.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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