Kodak Theatre HD Player: Media Streaming Personal Memories
Kodak, better known for their photographic technologies than home theater products, has unveiled the Kodak Theatre HD Player. But here's the catch: this home theater is all about the memories, moving beyond the bounds of television programming and bring HD pictures, music, video, podcast, and web-based content to your HDTV. Rather than being a typical media streamer, the Kodak Theatre HD Player "turns consumers into the directors of their own show with a wireless remote control pointer in-hand", in 16:9 aspect ratio and up to 720p resolution.
Rolling out in stages, the Kodak home theater will roll out in stages with a market trial starting this September and feature partnerships with Flickr, YouTube, RadioTime, and Kodak Gallery. It'll also be able to pull content off of USB sticks and SD cards. Come September, head to Amazon, Best Buy or Kodak.com to get your Kodak Theatre HD Player for $299.99.
Via press release
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Posted by Justin Davey at July 10, 2008 5:27 AM