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Every TV an Internet TV

June 10, 2008

Plug one end of the ZvBox into your Windows PC, the other into an ordinary cable TV wall socket, and you can watch high-definition Internet video on any digital TV in the house. Inside the ZvBox is a new type of chip that converts a computer’s video output into a digital TV signal, something only costly professional gear could previously do. The box comes with a remote that lets you control your computer from wherever you watch TV.

Product: ZvBox

Cost: $499.99
Source: www.zeevee.com
Companies: ZeeVee

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