MvixBox Brings your TV and Computer Closer Together
The MvixBox is a Linux server that can hold two SATA-II hard drives with 1.5TB worth of memory each. That is quite a lot of storage space for whatever you want to do as a media server.
The MvixBox is also an Apache server that supports HTTP and FTP, and allows the user to manage it via your browser and use it as a web server. There is even an Ethernet port that allows you to stream HD files to the user’s media network.
When it is connected to a normal PC, you will find it as a separate disk drive where you can drag and drop all your favorite media files. It would appear that devices like the MvixBox are really blurring the line between television and computers.
The MvixBox is available at a price of $299, and includes the Torrent Client Blog iTunes Music Server UPnP media server. Hard drives are not included with this, nor is the MX760HD, a device that links the MvixBox and streams video to a television.