The Neuros OSD offers the ability to digitally store and easily access your VHS tapes, home videos and DVDs. It connects to your TV or home theater system and allows you to archive all of your DVD and video content. Plug the Neuros OSD into your TV, connect your DVD Player or VCR, and hit play. Your movie will be safely and legally transferred into a digital library. It works with home movies too. Just plug your video camera into the OSD, push play, and your memories are digitized.
With the Neuros OSD, you can store hundreds of hours of video in one location (like an external hard drive), get rid of those bulky cases, put an end to DVD damage, and instantly access any of your videos with the push of a button on a remote. You can even transfer your video content to a portable device (video iPod, PSP, mobile phone, etc.) to watch on the go, or email your home movies to friends and family.
Digitally store any video content - DVDs, VHS tapes, home videos, etc...
Eliminate bulky, disorganized cases and put your video at your fingertips
Enjoy at home or transfer to portable devices for on-the-go entertainment
Save video content via USB to external hard drive, iPod, PSP or memory cards, such as MS, SD, MMC, CF, etc.
In the Box
Neuros OSD Multimedia Hub
Standard A/V RCA Composite Cable
Universal 110/220V Power Supply
Programmable Remote Control with Batteries
Easy Start Guide
90 Days Labor and 1 Year Parts
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MPEG-4, ASF, AVI, DivX, Xvid, MOV, MPEG-2
MPEG-4: *.MP4, *.ASF
TV, Cable Box, Satellite Receiver, PVR, DVR, DVD, TiVo, VCR, Camcorder, Video Game Consoles via RCA Composite Cables or S-Video Cable.
USB Host allows content to be saved on any external hard drive, PSP, iPod, or other USB removable storage source
Digital Media Slot
Connect with SD, miniSD, microSD, MMC, Memory Stick (Pro, Duo, Pro Duo), Compact Flash and MicroDrive
5 Resolution settings include QVGA (320 x 240) and VGA (640 x 480)
Four Quality Settings include Superfine, Fine, Normal and Economy
Schedule timed recordings with IR Blaster
Neuros is Linux-Based open source operating system
Upgrades will be available at manufacturer's website