Check out this cool cartoon video featuring HP's MediaSmart Server! You can store your music and access from anywhere! Even from the dentist
Watch this cute little video about Hewlett-Packard's MediaSmart Server! Even if disaster strikes, your files are safe with this cool new device.
See how the HP MediaSmart Server allows you access to your home movies anywhere you have Internet connection. In this clip set in a canine Café, you see how important this sort of access can be!
Have multiple PCs on a home network? Want the flexibility to enjoy your digital experiences from anywhere over the Internet? Check out our MediaSmart Server EX475, which provides remote access to files on the server, automatic backup of all networked PCs, media streaming across your home network, a photo sharing Web site, and virtually limitless storage expandability (2x500GB SATA drives plus two empty expansion bays).
Have multiple PCs on a home network? Want the flexibility to enjoy your digital experiences from anywhere over the Internet? Check out our MediaSmart Servers, which provide remote access to files on the server, automatic backup of all networked PCs, media streaming across your home network, a photo sharing Web site, and virtually limitless storage expandability. This home server is based on Microsoft's Windows Home Server operating system and supports 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet and both wired and wireless networking (requires wireless router). AMD Live! 64-bit processing power supplies fast file access and timely backups. The sleek micro-tower is quiet and designed to complement the decor of your home office or living room.
Exceed your expectations for home entertainment. Add our MediaSmart Connect to your HDTV And get ready to stream photos, music, and videos from your PC network to your TV. You'll also get direct access to on-line services, plus thousands of movies and millions of songs.
An HP representative walks me through the features and functions of the new MediaSmart EX485/487 Windows Home Servers. These new servers feature a 2 Ghz Intel CPU, 2 GB of RAM, and either 750 GB or 1.5 TB worth of storage. Pricing is $599 SD and $749 respectively.
Our unboxing video of the HP MediaSmart Server EX487. This is a great server for your home or home office. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Since most of us have our data scattered across multiple locations, wouldn’t it be nice to have a centralized place for all our files? At CES 2010, Intel showed off the HP MediaSmart Home Server that does just that.
As Steve Murtha tells WebProNews, the server is based on the Microsoft Home Server OS and is about value propositions. The first value point that the server provides is protection. If a hard drive fails, someone could lose several years’ worth of pictures, video, and more.
The HP MediaSmart Home Server has a backup of up to 10 PCs or laptops in a household. In addition, it provides backup in the cloud with its third party ISPs through the open API.
The second value proposition is sharing. The server can stream media from the home server to networked computers. It also streams content to TVs, Xbox 360s, and mobile devices.
Thirdly, the server provides remote access. A user can access their home server from anywhere in the world via a URL, which allows for easy sharing of data.
The HP MediaSmart Home Server is available at prices starting at $299.
Have a look at this awesome little video that shows how the Media Smart Server allows access to your movies from anywhere in the house.
Watch this funky little clip to see how the Media Smart Server gives you access to your files from anywhere life may take you!
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The networked home might become a bit more networked with the introduction today of HP's updated version of the MediaSmart server for the home. HP announced the launch of the product today, which is capable of managing data from both PCs and Macs. It connects to an HDTV television set. Gizmodo has an extended story up with photos.
In May in Los Angeles, I interviewed HP's Carlos Montalvo about MediaSmart and the value in networking digital devices in the home.
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HP MediaSmart Server vs. DIY = Windows Home Server Challenge.
The face tracking feature of the HP web cam will not recognize or track black faces. You have to watch this video. It is hilarious!
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