SlingMedia SlingCatcher Video
The SlingCatcher is a hardware version of the SlingPlayer software that's available for various devices. Connect the SlingCatcher to your bedroom TV, for instance, and you can access the live TV and recorded programs from your living room DVR.
From CES 2008, Molly Wood takes a look at the SlingCatcher, a device that has the ability to transmit content from one TV to another.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind speaks to Sling Media public relations manager, Brian Jacquet about the company's new Slingcatcher product. Using a wireless connection and an existing Slingbox, the new box allows users to watch their home television content from any television anywhere.
Want to watch your TV in New York from your hotel room in San Francisco? Take a look at SlingPlayer Mobile, which works with any Microsoft Windows mobile device. James Kim, senior editor at CNET, shows off the features.\r\n
The Clip + Sling, which is in beta testing, aims to make video file uploading and sharing easy. With major backing from media giant CBS, Clip + Sling is expected to be out of the box in Q2 of 2007. Sling Media says it hopes to create a community centered around legal video uploads.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the Sony Bravia Internet Video Link, a device that streams Web video to your high-definition television.
For decades, watching television meant being a couch potato. But with the Slingbox digital storage device, you get into Lost anywhere you please. Sling Media CEO Blake Krikorian talks about the benefits of Slingbox and how it compares to television and iTunes. Video provided by Churchill Club.
Get a first look at the second-generation Sling Media devices, including the Slingbox Pro, the Slingbox Tuner, and the Slingbox A/V.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the HAVA Gold HD, a media center device that can transfer a TV signal to multiple PCs in your home.
The CEO of Sling Media watches the Daily Show on his laptop in his hotel room in Japan.