According to technology lifestyle Web site electronichouse.com, Vudu is unveiling the XL2, its newest custom-installation streaming device.
According to the company Web site, Vudu set-top boxes provide access to over 10,000 streaming movies and TV shows, without the need for a subscription. Rentals range from $1–$4 and purchases from $5–$20. Movies can be rented/purchased in SD or HDX, the company’s high-definition standard that displays content in 1080p at 24 frames per second.
The electronichouse.com report continues by saying that the XL2 delivers the same content as the other Vudu boxes but features a slim design that can fit into one rack space. Like the XL, the XL2 has 1TB of storage.
Tony Miranz, Vudu’s executive vice president of sales and business development, says in the report that “the introduction of the XL2 reflects our unwavering commitment to the custom installation market. The Vudu XL2 is designed for easy and secure integration into rack-mounted systems and delivers the world’s largest HD library as well as the highest-quality on-demand 1080p HD making VUDU XL2 an installer’s weapon of choice.”
For more information, visit vudu.com.