Xtreamer Prodigy media player offers Flash GUI, USB 3.0 and Opera browser

Xtreamer has announced a new Full HD Media Player,  giving you playback access of all your audio and video content and to enjoy web based content via its build in Opera browser. The Xtreamer Prodigy is based on a Realtek 1185 chipset, accompanied with 256Mb RAM and 512 Mb NAND flash memory, USB 3.0, Card Reader, HDMI ouput, an integral IR remote control and room for internal 3.”5 HDD.

The home media player has innovative Flash GUI, coupled with HTML 5 API, it suppors wide wide range of video formats such as VOB,AVI, MPEG,WMV MP4,MOV,MKV, TS/TP,DVD-ISO, BD-ISO, FLV and M2TS all up to 1080p, as well SRT,SMI,ASS,SSA,idx+sub subtitle formats and DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD 7.1 audio. It offers also USB 2.0 connectivity, SD/SDHC/MMC card reader,optional WiFi and TV tuner, YPbPr&AV outputs and SPDIF Optical TOSLink connectors. It has aluminum shell with dimensions of 24.2 (L) x 6.6 (H) x 25.1 (D) cm and also can stream music and video from your iPad or iPhone,  and support services as AirPlay, Google Talk, Last FM, Mediafly,Netflix, Pandora, Facebook, and more.

Xtreamer Prodigy media player

The Xtreamer Prodigy is announced as an “affordable” solution,  but unfortunately the price is still unknown.

Xtreamer Prodigy

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