Cyberstar launches digital HD media receivers

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MUMBAI: Cyberstar Infocom, the distributors of IT peripherals, networking products and components in India, Singapore, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal have launched Netgear’s Digital Entertainer EVA8000, a brand new range of digital HD media receivers, in India.  Netgear’s EVA8000 streams movies, videos, music, internet radio, and photos from one’s home PCs and storage devices to one’s HDTV. It automatically finds all the digital media files on one’s home network and organizes them into an easily accessible library. EVA8000 comes with an easy set up using an on screen TV wizard for fun and entertainment experience and features a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for HD video resolution up to 1080p. The brand new HD digital receiver can distribute contents wirelessly through one’s home by supporting the common, secure wireless communication standard, 802.11g and also sports a faster 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port for wired connections.  Netgear EVA8000 Digital Receiver solution pack includes a Digital Entertainer HD (EVA8000), Infrared Remote Control with 2 AA batteries, power cable, Ethernet cable, RCA stereo-audio/ composite-video cable, component video cable, along with an installation guide, windows resource CD and a warranty and support information card.  a Photos from your home PCs and storage devices to your HDTV  b Automatically finds all the digital media files on your home network and organizes them into an easily accessible library  c Easy set up using an on screen TV wizard for a fun entertainment experience  d High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for HD video resolution up to 1080p Cyberstar Infocom founder and managing director Raj Rathi stated, “Digital receivers deliver higher digital lifestyle experience to users by enabling them to locate and streamline music, video and movie files easily onto their HDTV. With the HDTV adoption increasing rapidly in high income families we believe Netgear new range of digital HD media receivers will find a ready market in India.”