QNAP Debuts the NMP1000 Network Media Player at CeBIT

It looks like products like the Popcorn Hour Networked Media Tank and the Mvix Media Players have some new competition. QNAP debuted their forthcoming NMP1000 Network Media Player at CeBIT. As one would expect, the device is capable of playing a variety of media content (including HD), it can stream and playback media from network servers, offers a nicely designed 10-foot TV interface, includes HDMI 1.3 / component / composite / S-Video outputs, Gigabit Ethernet, and room inside for a 3.5-inch SATA drive. The NMP1000 is powered by Sigma Designs SMP8635 processor and also includes an eSATA port – along side 2 x USB 2.0 ports – for additional storage options. Price: TBD | Availability: should be out this April. Engadget has a nice pic gallery of the product including some interface shots.

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1 Reaction to “QNAP Debuts the NMP1000 Network Media Player at CeBIT”

  1. Don Jones says:

    seems like another step on the path to multimedia convergence