The D-link Boxee Box HD Media Player! Watch, organize, share, you are now in full control of your TV for the first time. The freedom to watch what you want. It’s thousands of TV shows ready to watch, instantly. It’s tons of free movies, Hollywood blockbusters, and critically acclaimed films. It’s your videos, your Pandora and Facebook feeds somewhere they’ve never been before — your HDTV: organized, simplified and enjoyed from the comfort of your couch in 1080p. No keyboard or mouse required.
Do what more than a million users have already done – download the D-link DSM380 Boxee Box HD Media Player’s software and try it for free on your computer first, we’ll automatically import your account when you’re ready to bring the Boxee Box experience to your HDTV. The D-link DSM380 Boxee Box HD Media Player delivers freedom of the Internet to your HDTV in stunning 1080p, Dolby Surround Sound, and a slick interface with a remote to simplify everything. The D-link DSM380 Boxee Box HD Media Player, featuring our ingenious two-faced remote. Say goodbye to hunting and pecking for letters on screen, the Boxee Box remote comes with a full QWERTY keypad — as soon as you start typing Boxee Box’s autosearch function starts finding.
Boxee already streams video via its Web site, and claims 1.4 million users. It’s garnered $10 million in funding from the likes of Spark Capital and Union Square Ventures. It and its many rivals all aim to let users view movies, TV shows, music videos, photos, YouTube and all manner of online video on TV sets, PCs, cell phones and other devices. Some require a monthly fee. Others, like Apple TV, charge per show for premium content. Google TV and Boxee Box deliver whatever video content is streamed on the Web. Most is free but some channels, such as Netflix or MLB.com, can only be viewed through a subscription service.
Ooyala, the leading provider of online video services and applications, is pleased to announce a partnership with Boxee that enables Ooyala publishers to distribute web content to living rooms everywhere via the Boxee Box — and get Ooyala’s best-in-breed real-time viewership analytics. The United Football League (UFL) is the first Ooyala publisher to begin “boxcasting” by sending a full slate of league games through Boxee. The next UFL game available on the new Boxee Box, Hartford vs. Florida is set for Thursday, November 11.
The actual Box supports a wide variety of formats, such as H.264, MKV, DivX, VC-1, and Flash 10.1. The Boxee desktop software features Twitter, Facebook, Pandora, Last.fm, Picasa, Flickr, and more. It also has HDMI, S/PDIF, RCA connectors, two USB ports, an SD card slot, gigabit Ethernet, and 802.11n Wi-Fi. Fully capable of broadcasting in 1080p, the price for the Boxee Box will be in the $200 range and available online through sites like Amazon.com or at local stores such as Best Buy. Many of the apps you can access on the web or via your mobile phone will be available through the Boxee box. Included in the long list of apps are Funny or Die, College Humor, MTV, Digg, University courses, panel discussions, TED Talks, Current TV, Stanford Online, FORA.tv, and the list goes on. The TED Talks are actually an interesting feature to be able to access and proves that this is more than just a movie/tv show streaming device, but rather another way to increase knowledge. The web browser is similar to IE or Safari, but optimized to work with a QWERTY remote and your HDTV, seamlessly. The Box comes with a remote that can operate Boxee primarily from one side. However, the other side has a full QWERTY keyboard that makes it easy to search for content and browse the Web.
On the evening of November 10, Boxee and D-Link will have a launch event in New York City to celebrate and demo the Boxee Box with Boxee 1.0, a new version of Boxee software that will initially be available only on the Boxee Box and will later roll out to Mac, PC and Linux.
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