LyngBox: stylish and power satellite receiver

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LyngBox Media announced its new stylish, Linux-based satellite receiver LyngBox designed for European satellite TV enthusiasts. The IP-ready box combines an HDTV receiver/recorder with 160GB hard drive and dual DVB-S2/DVB-T tuners. Additionally LyngBox keep synchronized LyngSat Guide via web service.

The box offers 96MB of RAM and 32MB of flash. It has an Ethernet connection, as well as four USB 2.0 ports. A/V input/output includes digital HDMI, component, SCART, composite, optical S/PDIF, and analog stereo.

The LyngBox looks very impressive. It’s equiped by OLED display instead VFD (excellent solution!). The design of the LyngBox will be suitable for both live-and-breathe satellite enthusiasts and gadget and style sensitive consumers.

The LyngBox is available now in Europe for an undisclosed price.

[via LinuxDevices]

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  • 1 comment:

    1. receptores satelite, 10. January 2011, 6:47

      Thanks for the info!

      I like your blog, I also have a receptores satelite on

      Greetings

       

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