Powerline Networking

Netgear NeoTV 550 HD network media player outed

Netgear NeoTV 550 HD network media player outed

Netgear has outed their latest HD-capable home media player, the Netgear NeoTV 550, together with a range of new HomePlug AV compliant Powerline adapters delivering up to (a theoretical) 500Mbps connection speeds.  The NeoTV 550 (NTV550) has HDMI, component and composite video outputs (together with analog and S/PDIF digital audio outputs) and can play local 1080p HD files on attached USB, eSATA or SD storage or stream from UPnP, DLNA or WMP11 network sources.  Meanwhile a second version, the NeoTV 350, swaps the eSATA for another USB port and has a more basic remote.

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Logitech Alert 750i & 750e network video security systems revealed [Video]

Logitech Alert 750i & 750e network video security systems revealed [Video]

Logitech has been pushing their webcams' potential for home security for a while now, and with the new Logitech Alert cameras they've now got security-specific models to choose from.  The new Logitech Alert 750i and 750e Master Systems both record and stream 960 x 720 video, and can be motion-triggered as well as monitored via a web interface, smartphone app (for iPhone, BlackBerry or Android) and eventually via Google TV.

Video demo after the cut

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TRENDnet shows off new TPL-304E and TPL-304E2K powerline networking gear

TRENDnet shows off new TPL-304E and TPL-304E2K powerline networking gear

Wireless networks are great for getting connectivity to your devices around the house or office, but the problem is that a wireless network doesn't always cut it. If you have a larger home or office, the wireless signal may not make it to all areas of your home and some devices like cable converters lack wireless connectivity. This is where alternatives like powerline networking come in.

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