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Boxee Box ships November 10th

Posted in Set Top Boxes by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2010

Well, now it is confirmed that the D-Link Boxee Box will begin shipping on November 10th. It will come pre-loaded with Boxee 1.0 to get you started. If you placed a pre-order with Amazon, you could receive your Box as early as November 11th.

The rest of the Boxes should start arriving in stores on November 17th. Just goes to show you that sometimes it pays to place an Amazon pre-order instead.

Boxee Box Release Delayed Until November

Posted in D-Link by Darrin Olson on June 13th, 2010

Boxee Box release delayedWe hadn’t heard anything from D-Link and their Boxee Box in a while and they were coming towards the end of the expected Q2 release when they made a blog post announcing the delay of release. Apparently the Q2 time frame “proved overly ambitious” according to the post and a new release date for the US and Canada has been set to ship sometime in November.

The Boxee Box boasts the ability to bring many different types of streaming media to your HDTV from multiple online sources or connected directly through local media storage devices. Pandora, last.fm, shoutcast, We are Hunted, flickr, Picasa, Facebook, Flash 10.1 and most recently My Damn Channel are some of the media tied into the box.

Boxee Box gets official, under $200

Posted in D-Link by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

Despite being announced already, the Boxee Box just got more officially official, showing off at CES. Now it also has a more complete spec list. It will cost under $200, with support a wide variety of formats, including DivX, VC-1, WMV, H.264 MKV, and Flash 10.1.

Service support is just as broad, with Pandora, Last.fm, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, and Flickr. Plus there’s Boxee’s app platform, plugins, and games. No word on just what is powering this device, but NVIDA is a good guess.

D-Link Boxee Box

Posted in Set Top Boxes by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2009

D-Link Boxee BoxD-Link and Boxee are showing off the Boxee Box which streams online and stored digital media to your HDTV. The device lets users share playlists on various social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook. The Boxee Box also helps you get easy access to university courses, panel discussions, academic lectures, presentations and web-only videos.

Boxee users can also access music from sites like Pandora, last.fm, shoutcast, and We are Hunted and photos from sites like flickr, Picasa and the Facebook. Some other features include HDMI, Optical Digital Audio (S/PDIF), Composite, Ethernet Connector, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and an SD Card slot.

D-Link ships DIR-685 all in one router

Posted in D-Link by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2009

D-Link ships DIR-685 all in one routerThe DIR-685 was first introduced way back in January at CES and now the company has began shipping them. The DIR-685 features a built-in draft N Wi-Fi module that allows it to communicate with network attached storage devices.

But that isn’t all it does. That 3.2 inch LCD screen will play streaming video or you can use it as a digital photo frame. If you like stats, it will display status information in graphs and gauges too. Like weather, but don’t have any windows to look outside? You can program the screen to display weather forecasts and other live internet content. This router does a lot.

D-Link adds CAPTCHA anti-trojan security to routers

Posted in D-Link by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2009

D-Link adds CAPTCHA anti-trojan security to routersWe are all familiar with those annoying know captchas that can be found on sites all over the web. The idea is to make sure that you are human. Well, D-Link has added it to their latest router range. Yep. Routers with Captcha-capability built-in, hoping to prevent attacks from malware and spyware.

The new firmware will also also work with current models, where the distorted letters and numbers combination are added to common router settings pages. The D-Link router models that feature CAPTCHA include the DIR-615, DIR-625, DIR-628, DIR-655, DIR-825, DIR-855, DIR-685 and DGL-4500.

D-Link’s D-Life web-based home surveillance cameras

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2009

D-Link’s D-Life web-based home surveillance camerasD-Link’s D-Life Web-Based Home Surveillance Cameras are making the rounds again. We first told you about them way back in July. Monitor any room in your house from anywhere over the Internet with these D-Life Web-based home surveillance cameras.

The D-Life is actually three products, the DHA-390 Surveillance Camera Starter Kit, an internet camera that connects to home network, the DHA-310 Expansion Kit and the DHA-330 video player, which is an internet camera viewer for monitoring all D-Life cameras connected to the network.


D-Link Debuts SideStage USB Display

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on January 6th, 2009

D-Link SideStage

D-Link introduced today for multi-monitor lovers the SideStage, a USB-powered monitor which supplements one’s main computer display. The SideStage is set to ship later this year but no price is yet available.

The SideStage from D-Link is a seven-inch display for those who like displaying Windows on the primary screen while using a secondary screen for doing functions like instant messaging or running programs like Photoshop. It has an 800×400 resolution and weighs less than 1.5 pounds.

REVIEW: D-Link DivX Connected wireless HD media player

Posted in Home Theater by Darrin Olson on August 10th, 2008

D-Link DSM-330 DivX Connected HD media playerToday we got a chance to go hands-on with the DSM-330 DivX Connected HD Media Player that D-Link debuted last month. This media player is a handy piece of wireless-capable hardware that bridges the gap between your computer and your TV bringing your downloaded digital media into the living room at up to 720p, and in our tests it did so with ease.

D-Link goes green with trio of Wi-Fi routers

Posted in Wi-Fi by Shane McGlaun on July 28th, 2008

D-Link Xtreme N Duo Media RouterThe rate at which Wi-Fi networks are popping up in homes and offices is impressive. To save money and to have less of an impact on the environment many of the components and accessories we use with our wireless networks and computers are going green.

D-Link announced today that it is the first company to offer green Wi-Fi networking gear for home networks. According to D-Link its Green home network Wi-Fi routers are capable of saving up to 40% in power usage. Power savings are gained from the ability for the routers to detect cable length and link status and adjust power accordingly. The routers can also be programmed to turn the Wi-Fi radio off to save power.

D-Link elves, never sleeping, roll out another network security camera

Posted in Security by Nino Marchetti on July 24th, 2008

D-Link Fixed Dome Network Camera (DCS-6110)

I don’t think the people at D-Link sleep given the fact they put out so many products all the time. The latest to cross the tech news wires is the new D-Link Fixed Dome Network Camera (DCS-6110), priced at around $700.

The D-Link Fixed Dome Network Camera (DCS-6110) is designed for professional indoor surveillance and security applications, though you can probably mount a few of these bad boys around the home as well. It is an IP-based network camera equipped with PoE support so it can receive both power and data over a single Ethernet cable, allowing it to be placed in locations that aren’t near a power outlet.


New D-Link network camera security focused

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 22nd, 2008

D-Link SecuriCam Pan/Tilt/Zoom Network Camera (DCS-5610)D-Link recently was showing off a new network camera which can move around in different directions for better security usage. It is called the D-Link SecuriCam Pan/Tilt/Zoom Network Camera (DCS-5610) and pricing is around $770.

The D-Link SecuriCam Pan/Tilt/Zoom Network Camera (DCS-5610) is designed to let you pan and tilt with it so you can view a wider area. It is IP-based, offers an auto-start motion detector that can be configured to send an email alert when triggered and is capable of streaming live feeds to an Internet-ready mobile phone or PDA.

D-Link offers up “easy-to-use” Internet surveillance camera

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 14th, 2008

D-Link Internet Surveillance Starter Kit (DHA-390)

D-Link continued its consistent roll out of new products with word today of a new surveillance camera kit that enables remote viewing of live streaming video from a web browser. The D-Link Internet Surveillance Starter Kit (DHA-390) is priced at around $500.

The Internet Surveillance Starter Kit (DHA-390) is reportedly “the world’s easiet IP camera installation.” It comes bundled with an Internet camera and two Powerline networking adapters and provides email alert snapshots, live video monitoring over the Internet on a PC and the ability to share camera feeds, even in “low light situations.”

D-Link debuts four-bay NAS enclosure

Posted in NAS by Nino Marchetti on July 10th, 2008

D-Link 4-Bay Network Storage Enclosure (DNS-343)

D-Link is targeting small and mid-sized businesses seeking a network area storage solution which is relatively easy to use and stores lots of data. Its offering to this segement is the new D-Link 4-Bay Network Storage Enclosure (DNS-343), priced at around $520.

The D-Link 4-Bay Network Storage Enclosure (DNS-343) is designed “to accommodate up to four SATA drives that can be inserted without any tools or attaching cables.” It can, according to D-Link, “operate in a variety of drive configurations including Standard, JBOD, RAID 0, 1, and 5.”

D-Link ships Internet-enabled wireless picture frame

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on July 9th, 2008

D-Link 10″ Wireless Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210)

D-Link, which first announced its new DSM-210 Internet-enabled picture frame at CES 2008, said today this product is finally ready for retail. The D-Link 10″ Wireless Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210) prices at around $250.

The D-Link 10″ Wireless Internet Photo Frame (DSM-210), besides being your typical digital picture frame, also makes use of a wireless 802.11 connection to load Internet content onto its display. This content, brought over from a company called FrameChannel, draws from over 400 “channels” such as news, weather, sports, trivia, and Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds.

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