Digital Media Player Guide Review – Patriot Box Office Media Player 1080P High Definition
Recently hitting the market on November 10, 2009, Patriot Memory released its digital media player the Patriot Box Office 1080P HD Media Player. This player gives you the ability to stream your movies in 1080p True HD, and other media from your computer to your living room. It is easy to set up and offers compatibility with both Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox as well. The Patriot Media Player is one of the most exciting media streamers to hit the market in 2009.
The Patriot Box Office HD offers some great functionality and is priced at only $ 129.99. You really are getting a lot for your money here. One unique thing that the Patriot Media Player offers is a 2.5 inch SATA hard drive slot that is compatible with any SSD/HDD. So as your media library continues to grow, you can add an internal hard drive to accommodate. The Patriot Box Office 1080p High Definition Media Player doesn’t come with any internal storage capacity, but it is nice to know that it could be added if you so choose.
The Patriot Box Office can be used as a hard wired media streamer, or it can also be used as a wireless streamer. There is a Wireless G USB Adapter that is available online from places like Amazon. There are lots of connections on this player also and the Patriot will work with any USB mass storage device. It has three USB 2.0 ports for your peripherals and drives. The Patriot HD Media Player provides audio playback in Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound that provide 5.1 and 7.1 channel surround sound through your home theater system.
Amazon is offering this rebate: Save $ 30 by mail when you Pre-order the Patriot Box Office HD 1080p by November 31, 2009. Add the Patriot Wireless G USB Adapter on the same order and get the WiFi adapter free!
* Supports TrueHD 1080p though the HDMI 1.3 port
* Future expandibility for movies, photos, and music with the internal 2.5 inch SATA Hard Drive Slot
* UPnP capable – Universal Plug-n-Play
* USB 2.0 ports for drives (3)
* Supported Audio: MP3, WAV, WMA, Real Audio, Dolby/DTS encoder
* Video file formats: MPEG-1, DAT, MPEG-2, VOB, ISO, TS, TP, M2TS, MPEG-4, AVI, MOV, WMV9, FLA, [H.264/AVC] MKV/TS/AVI/MOV/M2TS, [DviX 3/4/5/6, Xvid] AVI/MKV, [Real Video 8/9/10] RM/RMVB
* Photo formats: JPEG, BMP, PNG
* How it connects: Network:10/100 Ethernet, Wireless (Adapter Not Included); Audio: Digital Audio Output S/PDIF (optical), Stereo RCA audio ports; Video: HDMI, AV Composite; Other: 3x USB 2.0 ports & internal 2.5 inch; SATA HDD connector (Hard Disk not included)
* Includes Remote Control and HDMI Cable
Todays challenge for the daily shoot was, Pick an everyday subject and get as close as you can to it. Make a photograph and post it!
I dont actually have many everyday items in my office at the moment as I have packed almost everything away in boxes as I am moving to a new building shortly, so I thought the backpack I carry around to and from work and pretty much whenever we go out anywhere on weekends is an everyday item for me, and thhen got in real close for these shots