HP MediaSmart HDTV’s get Windows vista update compatible with Internet TV

Posted on Apr 17 2008 - 8:18pm by Paul

HP’s MediaSmart HDTVs, has released its long-awaited Vista Media Center Extender update. The SL4278N and SL4778N model TVs should get the automatic update as long as they’re connected to the Internet. They’ll update with a fully patched version of Vista Home Premium or Ultimate edition machine and you will be able to access your Media Center library including DivX, Xvid, h.264, MPEG-2 and WMV media content as well as live TV, recorded TV and other media files you may have directly through the TV.

When it comes to keeping your Windows media center remote control there is a walk though available on HP’s support page to guide you though the process so you will be able to keep your Windows Media Center remote so that its compatible with the new update. The HP MediaSmart HDTV is compatible with the Internet TV which is designed for both TV and PC screens and is accessible via these Media Center Extenders including the Xbox 360 extenders. Internet TV is designed to deliver high-quality video and media content streamed over the internet to the Windows Media Center. Users are able to watch full episodes of TV shows, concerts from music artists, high-quality movie trailers and clips from media sources such as MSNBC.

These HDTV’s made by HP allow you to experience full high-definition 1080p clarity media via the latest LCD HDTV technology. Apart from just being able to access thousands of movies, videos and music from online media sources you are also able to browse the web and use any software available on the Windows vista operating system platform.

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