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Linksys rolls out KiSS 1600 Networked Media Player

updated 12:25 pm EDT, Thu March 15, 2007

Linksys KiSS 1600 player

Taking advantage of CeBIT and its network prowess, Linksys has debuted the KiSS 1600 Networked Media Player, which combines DVD, 802.11g wireless and special control software. Though the DVD player can upscale to 720p resolution, the central attraction is the ability to play digital media, particularly the sort blocked by alternatives like Windows Media Center. The 1600 supports virtually any major format: supported audio includes CD, MP3, OGG, WMA and AAC-LC, while video codecs can include WMV, H.264, DivX, XviD, Nero Digital and MPEG-1/2/4. In addition to wireless, users can also connect with Ethernet cable, USB drives, MP3 players and digital cameras. Video output is supplied through an HDMI cable. The KiSS 1600 is beginning its deployment with the United Kingdom, where it is selling for 260 ($503). [via Pocket-lint]



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