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MVix Media Center

High-definition streaming to your TV

Seoul's SEK exhibition this week has the usual mix of gadgets and toys to keep attendees amused as they walk the aisles. We took a look at some of those devices. See links at bottom for all.

If you've got digital video to watch then the MVix Media Center is worth a look. It hooks up to a TV via either component video (up to 720p) or HDMI (up to 1080i) and will stream video from either a local hard disk, either connected via USB or mounted internally, or via a wired or 802.11g wireless connection from a PC.

A range of video file formats are supported including Divx, Xvid, AVI, MPEG, MPEG-2, Video CD, DVD, Windows Media Video and ASF. Right now they are on sale in several markets worldwide and the company is planning a version with built-in video recorder function at the end of this year.

Other SEK new products:

iRiver B20 MP3 player

ILuv i199

Samsung video phone

Uren Mobile Auto PC

KWorks KW-H100 child tracker

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