JVC media player eats SD cards and that's it
Now that things are so complicated and feature-packed as a norm in the home theater world, it's always refreshing to me to see something that does one thing, keeping it real simple. JVC's new CU-VS100 HD media player is just that--real simple. The only thing that it does is accept SD/SDHC cards, enabling users to view stored HD content on their HDTVs. That's it--for real.
The media box supports MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (mts/m2ts/mov), MPEG-2 TS(tod), MPEG-2 PS (mod/mpg) formats for playback, as well as AVCHD, JPEG photos and MP3/WMA music files. Just connect it to your TV via HDMI 1.3a and you'll be ready to roll.
The box with its included remote will only be released in Japan when it goes on sale next week. The US equivalent price will be $220--maybe a bit much for its limited feature set, even if that latter part is refreshing!
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Posted by Justin Davey at February 10, 2010 6:40 PM