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Sears, Kmart launch Alphaline Entertainment movie download service

Posted in movies by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

Sears and Kmart are launching Alphaline Entertainment, a new venture to sell downloadable movies online. It’s powered by Sonic’s RoxioNow backend just like Best Buy and Blockbuster, and the price is $3.99 rent / $19.99 new release.

There are plans to embed the service in a variety of connected Blu-ray players, mobile devices, TVs and more. So, would you use this service? Or are you happy with the one you are currently using?

Pioneer AVIC-F310BT In-car Entertainment System with GPS

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2009

Pioneer AVIC-F310BT In-car Entertainment System with GPSMeet Pioneer’s AVIC-F310BT in-car entertainment system which also features GPS capability. It’s currently priced at €799 and features a removable touchscreen display, an FM radio, a CD player, USB connectivity, and Bluetooth support.

With the Pioneer AVIC-F310BT, you’ll be able to travel through 44 European countries without any worries of getting lost. The device will also give you free TMC traffic updates and comes with an SD memory card slot so you can update the POIs in the system whenever there is a new update available.

Limited Edition Rock Band Unplugged entertainment pack

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2009

Limited Edition Rock Band Unplugged entertainment packNow you can enjoy Rock Band while on the road to your next gig. That’s because the game is coming to the Sony PSP. To celebrate, Sony is releasing a limited edition Rock Band Unplugged PSP Entertainment Pack.

You get a piano black PSP-3000, a 4GB Memory Stick Pro Duo and a PSN downloadable movie voucher for School of Rock. Very clever. Rock Band Unplugged will merge some key gameplay elements from the original Rock Band as well as its sequel, with a bunch of new songs and some features that are unique to the PSP. Like loneliness and isolation.

Asus F70SL 17.3″ notebook with dual hard drives

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2009

Asus F70SL 17.3″ notebook with dual hard drivesThe ASUS F50 and F70 range of notebooks sport features tailored specifically for users who want both high definition audio visual entertainment and extensive multitasking capabilities. Users looking for large screen entertainment and massive storage will want the Asus F70SL, the world’s first 17.3″ notebook with 16:9 golden aspect ratio for cinematic viewing and dual hard disk drives providing up to 1 TB in storage space.

The Asus F50 and F70 range of notebooks come standard with high definition audio quality and a 16:9 Full High Definition display for high contrast rate, brightness and color saturation. An HDMI port allows users to connect their notebooks to larger external LCD displays or other HDMI-capable devices.

MEDIVista: bedside entertainment for patients

Posted in Healthcare by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2008

MEDIVista: bedside entertainment for patients
A company in Dublin, Ireland named Lincor Solutions has created the MEDIVista, a touchscreen LCD display designed to be used by patients, doctors and nurses. The device could serve many different purposes. The displays are conveniently mounted next to the bed so that healthcare workers can use it for medical needs. Typical things like displaying x-rays or medical info. But the cool part is that the patient can also use it to entertain themselves.

The patient can watch TV, listen to the radio, even make calls, as well as surf the web and check email. It also sports web based games and audio books. The company recently signed an agreement with a New Jersey based hospital to install the interactive displays on all 397 hospital beds. This should make hospital stays much more pleasent. Now if you can only get some good food, you’d all set for a long stay.

Cube3 TV/DVD entertainment center

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2008

Cube3 TV/DVD entertainment centerCube3 is a 7 Inch DVD/TV Entertainment Center combo. Super nice looking and flexible. It will play your DVDs and even has one of those clever USB slots in front so you can hook up your MP3 player. It will even rip your CDs to the USB stick which is a nice feature. It can get quite loud for it’s size as well with the 60W RMS speakers.

The cube3 integrates those other features together with a digital TV. But it doesn’t have to be all about movies. Use it to view your photos and pictures on-screen like a digital photo frame. Playback compressed DivX or MPG4 videos from an external hard drive or USB flash drive. For it’s size that’s several great features that you want in a Hi-Fi system.