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A $99 Google TV player, Introduced by Vizio as the Vizio Co-Star
The market on TV’s is more competitive and the Google TV is trying to match the pace, as Google TV encouraged companies to bring some units where you can transform your HDTV to a full-fledged entertainment source, like the Vizio Co-Star, a latest Stream Player introduced at a price of $99.
Google TV Player by Vizio
This new Vizio Co-Star a latest version of the Google TV has access to very much of about thousands of apps through Google Play Store and has a capability for full-screen browsing and even supports HTML5 and the Adobe Flash. The Vizio Co-Star is the first stream player aside to other compatibility apps like Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, Netflix, M-Go and the iHeartRadio, allowing the users to play video games using the Online Game Services.
Mr. Matt McRae, a Chief Technical Officer of this Vizio’s has said that he hopes customers get this Vizio Co-Star, as it brings easy experience and a kind of intuitive.
This player has a universal Bluetooth touchpad remote plus a Qwerty keyboard where you don’t need to go back and forth to access the content on your TV using alternative remotes. He also told that they combined with an intuitive of the powerful features of the Google TV and easy use interface where it gives users a power to enjoy the entertainments of worldwide.
With the built in features like 802.11n WiFi and integrated USB ports for accessing your hard drives and various peripheral devices with a support for the full 1080p HD resolution and with DLNA enabled devices, this new player Co-Star lets you watch movies, view your photos more directly on the TV screen making this power user interface of Vizio Co-Star more cool.
So, people are you interested getting your hands on this Vizio Co-Star? The pre-ordering starts in july as mentioned in the company website, but don’t know in what time it can ship or deliver to its customers.
This post was written by: Franklin Manuel
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