Mp3 player with wireless internet. Atheros wireless card driver. Usb mouse wireless.
Sony BDP S780
Product Features • Blu-ray player - For high-definition movie playback with resolution up to 5 times greater than DVD. Watch films in stunning high-definition just like you do on the big screen. • Upconvert DVDs - Delivers greatly enhanced video performance of standard DVDs by upconverting their video resolution to HDTV-compliant 1080p via the HDMI interface. • 3D technology - Experience full 3D content when you pair this Blu-ray player with a 3D HDTV (HDMI 1.4 cable required; not included). • Connect to the Internet - Access movies, TV shows, music and more. • Built-in Wi-Fi - For access to streaming content and firmware updates. • DNLA capability - For wireless access to your PC content on your TV. • Playable formats - Include BD-ROM, BD-R/RE, DVD+R/RW DL, DVD±R/RW, DVD-video, CD-R/RW, CD-DA, AVCHD, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, WMV9, AAC, DTS, LPCM, MP3, WMA9 Standard, GIF, JPEG and PNG to accommodate a variety of media choices. • IP Noise reduction - For enhanced Internet video playback. • 1 HDMI output - HDMI cable not included. High-speed HDMI cable is the only connection that can deliver a Blu-ray experience with a full 1080p picture and digital surround sound. • Apple® iPhone®/iPad® and Android remote compatibility - Lets you use your device to control the player. Also lets you search for movie information through YouTube or Wikipedia and share information via Twitter. • Gracenote metadata service with cross search - Provides information about the movies you are watching and allows you to search through Instant Content including YouTube and Qriocity to find related entertainment. Acquired at Best BuyTechnological Changes
For the group Macro Mondays. Topic: Obsolete With the advent of "cloud computing" and flash drives, it seems that the CD is going the way of the cassette and the 3.5" floppy disk. Why buy a physical music CD when you can download individual tracks to your computer or a distant server and stream it whenever you want on your wireless capable iPod or other MP3 player. Why use it for storing files when you can purchase space on a server somewhere and access it through any computer with internet access? Or even easier to carry is a flash thumb drive, which connects via USB and can hold much than a single CD or even a data DVD. Plus a flash drive is so much quicker and easier to add, delete, and re-write files without the need to buy special discs. As for the mouse, it seems that the explosion in the popularity of touchscreen devices is trying to push those to the obsolete pile as well. It may take a little more effort to do so, but manufacturers are sure trying. Experimented a little with off camera flash by hand holding the flash to camera left with a purple gel on it (why not - gives a bit of a funky vibe in a way - just wanted to play with it a bit). Adjusted in Photoshop with some layers.
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