D-Link has just revealed its DSM-310 MovieNite streaming media player which looks suspiciously like an Apple TV. The DSM-310 allows users instant access to 1080p HD movies and TV shows, and personalized Internet radio straight to any TV at an affordable price point of just $60 US. Easy to setup and even easier to use, MovieNite offers a range of home entertainment content available via one-click of the remote, including: VUDU, Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, Picasa, as well as the ability to view mydlink-enabled network cameras.
The MovieNite features a simple three-step setup, built-in wireless and Ethernet connectivity for quick connection to a home network, HDMI output to stream HD movies up to 1080p, and composite audio/video connections to turn any analog TV into a Smart TV. Simply plug the MovieNite into a TV and power outlet and set up MovieNite using the onscreen menu. With an easy onscreen menu and user-friendly one-button instant navigation remote control, MovieNite is the ideal media player for any user.
Easily stream movies and more with one simple click of the MovieNite remote, including:
VUDU – Enjoy the hottest new releases and largest HD library with a cinema-like experience at home with no monthly subscription fees (simply pay for what you watch)
Netflix – Instantly watch thousands of TV shows and movies under monthly subscription
YouTube – Discover and watch video clips from the Internet and share your favorite online videos on the big screen
Pandora – Listen to free Internet radio, personalize your stations and discover new music
MovieNite also offers additional streaming capabilities, including the ability to conveniently view live mydlink-enabled network cameras on a TV using the mydlink app to monitor your home and keep an eye on your kids or pets, as well as online photo sharing with the Picasa app. And, a free MovieNite remote app is available for iPhone and Android allowing consumers to control MovieNite using the smartphone remote app.
For more info please visit www.dlink.com/DSM-310
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