Glendale, CA (PRWEB) October 20, 2010
CaptiveWorks Inc. announces today the release of VeuBox., a high-definition media center capable of delivering stunning 1080p resolution video for an unprecedented home theater experience.
VeuBox includes third-generation CaptiveWorks Linux Media Center (CW-LMC) software and provides a fully integrated lean back (ten-foot UI) experience for all modern media playback needs.
VeuBox is the one box for viewing a library of movies, TV shows and web-only clips to use from the comfort of home without having to navigate through websites using a keyboard or mouse. Watch hundreds of live TV channels from around the world organized by the country or genre of the channel. VeuBox also offers a cutting-edge browser for a rich Internet surfing experience on the large TV.
VeuBox is bundled with many open-source and proprietary software packages including XBMC, Firefox, Hulu Desktop*, YouTube Leanback, TVUNetworks, SOPCast, and a 10-foot UI interface to Google News, international IPTV channels, and web-only broadcasts.
VeuBox is really about freedom. Our main focus in building VeuBox was selecting an open architecture that allows for expansion and does not lock the user to proprietary hardware or software, said Dikran Hovagimian of CaptiveWorks.
CaptiveWorks is a longtime developer of Linux Media Centers with a list of products dating back to 2006 with the name CaptiveWorksLinux Media Center (CW-LMC).
VeuBox will be available for sale in the U.S. in November, 2010. Quantities will be limited. Be the first to get one and pre-order now.
Hulu Desktop, and Adobe Flash Player installation require acceptance of Hulu and Adobe EULA agreements, respectively.
VeuBox is an advanced media center produced by CaptiveWorks Inc. using various open source applications and proprietary technologies from leading communities and corporations that are truly pioneers in the new media market.
For more information, please visit http://www.veubox.com.
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