Patriot Brings Your Digital Movie Collection to Life
Patriot Launches their Box Office All-In-One HD Media Player
Fremont, California, USA, October 13, 2009 - Patriot Memory, a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash and computer technology, today introduced the new Box Office all-in-one High Definition media player.
Patriot has simplified playing and accessing your digital library, bridging the gap between your digital media and your Home Theater. The Patriot Box Office offers an easy way to play your digital media stored on USB storage devices, on a network device, or using an optional internal 2.5" Hard Disk Drive (HDD). Box Office becomes the digital media hub tying everything together into one simple, easy to use high definition media experience. Patriot has also increased the competitive value of their Box Office by including an HDMI 1.3 cable. Simply connect the HDMI cable from the Box Office to an HD ready display, and gain immediate access to your digital media collection, streamlining your ability to access content that before was a multi-step process.
Features at a glance:
?Full HD-video playback up to 1080p
?Dolby® Digital and DTS surround sound
?Expandable internal storage via 2.5" SATA SSD/HDD
?Three USB ports
HDMI 1.3 and composite video connection (HDMI cable & ?composite cable included)
Optional 802.11g USB WIFI Adapter
To pre-purchase your Patriot All-In-One Box Office media player, please visit:
Amazon.com Pre-purchase link for Patriot's Box Office Media Player
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For more information about Patriot's Box Office and other memory module and flash memory solutions, please contact your Patriot Sales Representative or visit "Patriot's Box Office brings the digital revolution to the home audience," says Jack Chen, Patriot's Business Development Manager. "Contrary to some popular media devices in the market, the Box Office is simply an all in one solution combining high definition media play back, file copy/ move/ transfer capability between sources, P2P download management, industry's leading video preview function, and even compatible for internet video streaming with 3rd party software."
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