D-Link and Veoh Networks announced that the D-Link PC-on-TV (DPG-1200) will feature VeohTV, a free service that provides both branded and user-created video content in high-quality for full-screen environments.
D-Link PC-on-TV is a breakthrough product for the growing media player market that lets users enjoy on their TVs virtually anything they can see on their PCs, including web-based content such as videos, movies, photos and TV programming. D-Link PC-on-TV will ship with a link to access VeohTV directly from the television, providing a single interface to search, browse and view thousands of videos found on the Internet. It offers programming from major media companies as well as independently produced content available on sites such as YouTube, Google Video, Veoh.com and MySpace. As with television, the player uses a remote control and displays PC video for a full screen TV experience.
D-Link PC-on-TV comes pre-loaded with VeohTV, which then launches into a channel guide, similar to the kind found in cable systems. Viewers can browse through channels or search by keywords, and watch full-screen video on demand. VeohTV users are able to stream directly from the host site or, as with a conventional DVR, click a button to download permitted videos to their hard drives and watch them at their leisure, either online or offline.
Originally posted on April 21, 2008 @ 12:14 pm