Zotac StreamBox: Stream content from phone, tablet, or laptop to TV
Over recent years Zotac has been producing mini-computers, which can be used as home theatres for PCs. A new product from the company called Zotac StreamBox is specifically designed to bridge that gap between your mobile devices and your TV.
The Zotac StreamBox is also mini PC, ideal for streaming content from your phone, tablet, or laptop to TV. Supporting Miracast and DLNA wireless protocols this product is compatible with Android 4.2 phone or tablet, which allows users to show your mobile display on your big screen.
Specifics of the Zotac StreamBox are discussed in an article on Liliputing and from the limited information available they document how this device is said to have a HDMI output, a USB power adapter, a mini optical S/PDIF adapter, USB, Ethernet, 802.11n WiFi and a microUSB cable.
Additionally, there is an option to stream content with the use of a USB flash drive or hard drive, which allows users to play music, videos or view images or photo albums on the television. With a low-power processor the Zotac StreamBox uses less than 3 watts of power, although we are still unsure what the processor is, how much it will cost, or when it will be coming out.
While we wait patiently to find out more details, we would like to know if you interested in the Zotac StreamBox for streaming media to your TV.
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