Founded in 2005, Mvix USA is a company who believes in the concept of digital entertainment. With a product line that offers different versions of this ideal, Mvix is about getting your digital content displayed where it should be, on your television. Sure, you can watch your ripped movies on the PC monitor, but why not take it to the next level and enjoy that same content on a large screen TV?
Enter one of their latest arrivals, the MX-780HD. While having many similarities with the older 760-series media center, Mvix has raised the bar and brought newer technologies to the scene. On top of this, they have also improved output as well.
So kick up your heels as we take a look at the Mvix MX-780HD. We will look at the features included, then take it for a test drive by displaying digital movies on a 37" LCD television and see if it is worthy of consideration for your media center.
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