Intex launches Mini Home Cinema for ‘Disc Free’ HD portable entertainment

NEW DELHI: A Mini Home Cinema, which is a high definition media player that allows connection of digital storage devices such as USBs, hard drives, flash drives and memory cards (SD/ MMC) to television sets with versatility to play almost all kinds of video and audio formats, has been designed by Intex. 
The aim is to present a gadget which is not only handy but also gives an inclusive high definition play of all kinds of videos, audios, pictures and even e-books without spending on CDs/DVDs.

The product is targeted at consumers whose TVs do not support all formats and input sources like HDMI, SD Card, etc. and those who find watching movies through a DVD player or on a laptop, cumbersome. The user interface is simple and can be easily managed by a remote control. Its ultra compact design makes it an easy-to-carry and a convenient entertainment device. A low-power processor with a ventilation design for easy heat dissemination makes it energy efficient too.
INTEX Mini Home Cinema is available in two variants – IT-MHP-1080 and IT-MHP-720 - at Rs 4025 and 2875 (MRPs) respectively.

The product can be connected to both TV and the computer monitor.

Intex Technologies GM product management Vikram Kalia said, “People now store a considerable amount of their memories in digital format — family photographs, home videos, music libraries, e-books —in PCs and hard drives. A device which can present the digital content in a comfortable living room environment will surely be welcome in the lifestyle of today’s consumers.”

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