Telly 4.0 Home Entertainment Server Software Upgrade
Interact-TV announced release of Telly 4.0, a new version of Interact-TV's award-winning Telly Home Entertainment Server and the TellyVizion Playback Unit. Telly 4.0 adds powerful and intuitive ways to share media, browse the Internet and listen to Internet radio while also improving Telly's comprehensive feature set. See Telly and TellyVizion at the upcoming January 2006 Consumer Electronics Show, Booth 26818.
Telly Home Entertainment Servers allow consumers to easily store, organize, playback and enjoy digital media in the networked home. Telly servers are compact and quiet, designed for any room in the home and fully scaleable with Terabytes of digital media storage. Telly's comprehensive entertainment management features include a personal video recorder and a digital video library which serves stored DVDs, recorded video, home videos, and Internet downloaded videos. Its music library and digital photo library store entire music and photo collections. Access Telly digital media libraries directly from a TV connected to the Telly unit and share content with networked TellyVizion units, PCs and Macs.
Telly 4.0 adds new features to enhance and expand the Telly entertainment experience. Now as you list saved DVDs and CDs in Telly's expansive Multimedia Libraries, Telly displays cover art which provides a more convenient and easy way to identify content. Launch the Mozilla Firefox web browser from Telly so you can surf the web from the comfort of the couch or in any room that has a TellyVizion Playback unit. The Telly Internet radio feature now supports RealPlayer from RealNetworks for unparalleled accessibility to Internet radio stations.
To keep pace with expanding digital media libraries in the home, Telly 4.0 now automatically exports all its media for immediate access on PCs or Macs on the home network. Also, the new configuration and access enabling tools makes sharing media between Telly and TellyVizion units easier than ever.
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