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BigWang Post time: 2012-10-12 07:48
OK, you plug in a USB based Harddrive there but so, there are No app software to transfer the progr ...
I don't really get it. Android with all the applications are located on the built-in NAND
The movie files are located on the external HDD. I don't really understand the part about "OK, you plug in a USB based Harddrive there but so, there are No app software to transfer the programming into your external Harddrive. No programs to get from your USB harddrive for playback. It's not there.
You may record IPTV into the external HDD. It is technically possible. As well as DVB-T. As of cable/satellite, Probably not though I am quite sure Broadcom can not do this too.
IPTV is not cable. IPTV is internet based live TV streaming. We are probably talking about something entirely different here.
When you started this thread, Were you by chance talking about Hisense?
Here is article from their website:
Broadcom and Hisense Join Forces to Deliver Wi-Fi Enabled Consumer Electronics to Chinese MarketCompanies Unveil Hisense's First Wi-Fi Enabled Smart TV; Paves Way for Internet TV Adoption in ChinaLAS VEGAS, Jan. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- 2012 International CES --
Broadcom Corporation (NASDAQ: BRCM), a global leader in semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications, today announced a collaboration with Hisense, China's leading TV manufacturer. As part of this joint initiative, Broadcom and Hisense will design and develop Wi-Fi enabled consumer electronics for the Chinese market, including Hisense's first Smart TV. Visit Experience Broadcom @ CES for more news, blogs and multi-media from CES.
- Broadcom and Hisense will develop Wi-Fi enabled consumer electronics for the Chinese market
- Integrating Wi-Fi into Smart TVs simplifies connectivity between devices and transforms the digital home experience
- Hisense's new Smart TV based on Broadcom Wi-Fi to address Chinese market for Internet TVs
The market for Internet TVs worldwide continues to grow substantially, with an estimated 153 percent growth in 2011 alone, according to Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC), Taiwan. As consumers turn to their TVs for access to the Internet, there's an increased demand for simplified connectivity between the TV and all their Wi-Fi enabled devices.
By incorporating Broadcom's leading Wi-Fi technology into Hisense's new Smart TV, consumers are able to seamlessly transfer data or videos between their TVs and other mobile devices, stream services from the Internet, and download innovative applications for entertainment, business or personal needs.
- The Hisense XT710 Smart TV delivers a sophisticated design, ultra-contrast screen and slim display panel.
- Based on Android, the XT710 comes with thousands of Android Apps and access to Hisense App Shop, a 3D LED, and seamless connectivity to other devices.
- Leveraging Broadcom's leading Wi-Fi technology, Hisense's new Smart TV features:
- 300Mbps data rate and an integrated 2x2 MIMO Wi-Fi module for a quality viewing experience.
- Multi-screen convergence over Wi-Fi to connect with mobile devices, including mobile phones, tablets and PCs.
- WiFi Direct to facilitate pairing, setup and IP configuration procedures.
- Hisense's new Smart TVs are powered by Broadcom's BCM43235 2x2 2.4 GHz chip.
- BCM43235 provides best-in-class performance with a highly integrated SoC design.
- By integrating a variety of components on-chip, Broadcom minimizes the Bill of Materials (BOM) and delivers smaller form factor and lower cost PCB solutions.
Unless I have overlooked something, There is no word about cable/satellite, Not even DVB-T in here. Am I missing something?
Also please note that the "Hisense's new Smart TVs are powered by Broadcom's BCM43235 2x2 2.4 GHz chip." part is about WiFi frequency, Not CPU Speed.