Verismo VuNow VN1000HD streams Internet video to your TV

Mountain View company, Verismo Networks has just rolled out its appliance for viewing video from the Internet on your TV. The VuNow VN1000HD is a tiny device that fits in the palm of your hand and can output (via HDMI if you’d like) 480i, 480p and 720p (HD) video to your TV.

It naturally includes an Ethernet port so you can hook it into your home network. Verismo has also included the ability to play and watch/listen to the media (video, audio and photos) that’s on your PC or NAS as well.

The view Internet video feature certainly sounds like the site which is accessible via your Slingbox as well. But essentially, this is a Media Center device a la Mvix, Neuros, AppleTV, Windows Media Center or any of the myriad of other such devices.

Pick up a box for $148 at Amazon.


More info from the manufacturer
Price: $148.00
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)

Neuros LINK – View online Internet video on your TV

Neuros has a new box hitting the general market soon – the Neuros LINK, which lets you get all of that video content that’s sitting on the Internet onto your TV. That means content from sites like YouTube, hulu, NBC, CNN and much more can be streamed over to your TV in HD.

The LINK comes with a ‘keymote’ (looks a bit like the old WebTV keyboards) that you can use to search for content. It even plays music, downloaded movies and displays photos. It is WiFi enabled so you can situate it near your TV without having your network and/or computer near by, but comes with Gigabit Ethernet if you’ve got that accessible, as well as 6 USB ports, S/PDIF audio output, and HDMI out.

LINK will tie in with Neuros’ upcoming Neuros.TV site which will allow you to better organize all of the content you’re interested in from the various sites. LINK is currently available directly from Neuros for $299.

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