I-O Data launches WMV9 and DivX/Mpeg networked player

I just posted the article I-O Data launches WMV9 and DivX/Mpeg networked player.

 Sigma Designs    announced  yesterday   via press  release that I-O Data  launched a new, networked, High Definition DVD Player (up  to 1080p) called the AVeL LinkPlayer. The...
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Oh No! There is some strange Undeceipherable Alien Language on the back of the Player.What Planet could be distrubuting this player? :B

…Sounds like this one http://www.movietrack.net/articles/news/59.html

…And definently not forget this http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/10364

I like the WMV support, I assume that means you will be able to watch the T2 extreme DVD in HiDef. I think the mad a mistake with the USB 2 interface. If they really want it to be a part of the “trend toward home entertainment networks…” they should have included Firewire IEEE1394…

I realy like this new dvd device with network support and digital audio/video output through dvi and optical/coaxial ports. I would like to know if I can use this system in USA since the device I see on IOData web site for us consumer does not provide DVI PORT and do not have DTS support. Thanks:g