Polish operator Netia has introduced the Netia Player 2.0 (N7800) new decoder, successor to the N7700, currently in use by most customers of the operator's Personal TV. The new model is five times faster, saves more energy and has the same compact size. It has better technical features, namely a faster processor and bigger cache memory. Together with better software, the company said it will significantly improve usage comfort and further extend Personal TV with new applications and functions.
Internet connection is via Wi-Fi (the device also supports the 'ac' highest standard) or via Ethernet cable. The device supports HD resolution, and has the most popular codecs installed to play external multimedia content. Power consumption is lower by 2 Watts compared to the previous model.
The Netia Player 2.0 will soon be enriched with new functions.
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