I’ve known about this cool gadget for quite some time and I’m honored to do a review about it. What is it? The Mvix Wireless Hi-Definition Media Player! The top of the line model MX-760HD sports some fancy features that I’ll quickly cover. The MX-760HD is basically a Hi-Def Multimedia Playback device that supports nearly every file format imaginable. The only limit to this device is yourself because it serves whatever digital content you have available and its built around linux-based architecture so you can guarantee it’s going to work. So what does it do? It links all your media from your network or computer to your audio system or television and it will output true high-definition to your plasma or LCD monitor. Use the Ethernet port to connect it to your network or try another fancy method; 802.11g. The built-in wifi transfer rates stream up to 54 Mbps so streaming media is no stranger. It will automatically decode and bookmark your playlist so you don’t have to. It also supports 1920 X 1080 Progressive Scan output so you can get that clarity you crave from your plasma or LCD monitor.
Pause, fast-forward, rewind, stop are just a few of the numerous features that you would expect from this piece of technology. The Mvix Hi-Def Player is your storage for important videos, media files, and other viewable content so lets start the transfer or you can let this media player do it for you. Here are a number of formats that it supports, DivX® (3/4/5), Xvid, MPEG 1/2/4, WMV-9, ASF(WMV9), DAT, DVD(IFO, VOB), ISO, HD-level TP, TS, TRP, MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, PCM, AC3, and DTS with a lot more. The wireless output, DVI, composite, and other hookups make this a great buy for people who have a huge library of music and video files. It’s nice looking and it can sit behind your television unnoticed while your computer stays in its ordinary place. With Digital Optical ports you can be a dj or host a presentation with the fabulous MX-760HD.
Mvix Wireless Hi-Definition Media Player [Via: Mvixusa.com]