The wait is finally over! Mediagate MG450HD with HDMI and SATA has arrived
- 24 January, 2008 16:27
<p>23rd January 2008 - Anyware Computer Accessories are pleased to announce the release of the much anticipated Mediagate MG450HD wireless media player with HDMI and SATA support. Also new to be released is the Mediagate MG45 wired media player with SATA support which will replace an old favourite; the MG35.
The Mediagate MG450HD is a “must” for all entertainment enthusiasts. The unit will provide users with crystal-clear 1080p full-HD viewing on their TV. It features HDMI digital video out and full 5.1 surround-sound for audio systems with SPDIF digital audio out. With its small form factor, easily-accessible firmware updates and wide range of file compatibilities, the MG450HD is the multimedia player of choice for entertainment lovers.
• Supports HDMI
• Supports 3.5" SATA HDD
• Supports Internet Radio
• Supports uPnP
• Supports 1920 x 1080P Full HD
• IEEE 802.11b/g (54Mbps/11Mbps)
• Wireless security - WPA/WEP
• Wireless infrastructure and Ad-Hoc Mode
• 10/100M LAN (No NDAS, file streaming only)
• Upgrade firmware easily
• Supports a variety of video output: HDMI, Composite, Component & S-Video
• Supports a variety of audio output: Stereo, Digital Coaxial & Optical 5.1 Channel Sound and DTS down mix to stereo
• Supported Formats:
i. Movie : MPEG 1, 2, 4 (MPG, MPEG, AVI, M2V, DAT, VOB, etc) , Xvid (Except GMC, Qpel option applied)
ii. Music : MP3, OGG Vorbis
iii. Photo : JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG</p>
<p>Both the MG-45 and the MG-450HD are available for purchase now. Anyware will continue to sell the MG-350HD until stock runs out, at which time the MG-450HD will be the sole wireless media player in the stable. The MG-45 retails for $229 AUD and the MG-450HD retails for $379 AUD.</p>
<p>Samples of both units are available for review now.</p>
<p>Anyware is the Exclusive Distributor of Mediagate products in A/NZ.
Anyware is a wholesaler only and does not sell directly to the public.</p>
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