Subject: Systems | June 17, 2011 - 09:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: htpc, cirago
The CiragoTV Platinum Network Multimedia device comes in three flavours ranging from a $179 500GB to a $299 2TB version, all of which are identical apart from storage capacity. It is not really a true HTPC as it does not include a TV Tuner, but it does offer a little more than a plain network multimedia platform since it has a Bittorrent client inside. Legit Reviews tried it out and found Blu-ray ISO files to play perfectly and the device was capable of passing through DTS and Dolbly 7.1 digital sound to the receiver they used. As well, as long as you are feeding it signal through a cable box it can record TV, though the ability to download shows makes that feature slightly redundant.
"At $279.99, the 2TB CiragoTV CMC3200 has to be close to extraordinary especially when you match it up against the competition that is on the market today. The picture and video quality of the CMC3200 is very good – even excellent. The fact that we can record from a source and use a BitTorrent client makes the unit even more impressive. The sticker price is the biggest issue here..."
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
- Western Digital TV Live Hub @ Techware Labs
- Discrete HTPC GPU Shootout @ AnandTech
- First impressions of Etisalat's new eLife service on LG 3D Smart TVs @ t-break
- Zotac ZBOX: Brazos Goes HTPC @ AnandTech