Open Source entertainment device hits a bump

Dec 28, 2006

The Neuros OSD is the world's first mass-marketed open-source entertainment system. It comes in a slick black case, with a good-looking remote. Some problems were encountered early on, when reports ensued that only 4:3 aspect ratio content could be recorded, along with an awful quality of the video.

The unit has slots for many cards including SD, MMC and CF. The box has already been created, however it will be a long ways until the unit is actually shipping out and landing in people's living rooms.

Neuros OSD in the flesh [Via: Engadget]

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