VuNow Sends Free Internet Video Directly to Your TV

Dec 31, 2008 by John Messina weblog
VuNow by Verismo Networks

Verismo's VuNow is an affordable solution for video lovers that sends free internet video content directly to your Television set. VuNow only takes a minute to connect, just plug in the AC power, connect your A/V or HDMI cable, and connect your home network via Ethernet or an optional wireless adapter.

VuNow provides the viewer with an online viewing experience by bringing the videos directly to your TV instead of the PC. Now you can enjoy movies, TV shows, sports, live events, special interests, travel and user-generated content, from content owners, and video portals around the world!

This is what VuNow has to offer:

- A Standard Definition and a High Definition model
- Small foot print and easy to install
- Support for wired or wireless connectivity
- A user friendly Navigation and intuitive User Interface
- Watch YouTube videos by categories
- Search for videos with the powerful built-in Video Search Engine
- Download videos using BitTorrent protocol
- Watch videos directly from popular websites by categories
- Watch Live TV Channels from around the world
- Access to Personal Media such as video, music, and photos from the home network stored on a PC, Networked Attached Storage device, or even on a connected USB storage device
- No subscription fees
- Coming soon: Watch a large selection of movies and download them from CinemaNow!

VuNow Pod is available now and comes in a high-definition version priced at $150, and a standard definition at $100.

© 2008 PhysOrg.com

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