Envizen TV To Be Demonstrated At Int'l CES

By Greg Tarr On Dec 19 2011 - 6:01am

LOS ANGELES — The Azend Group (booth 70523) said it will show at International CES next month a personal TV panel offering mobility and wireless freedom for users to enjoy their entertainment anywhere in their home.

The Envizen Digital 7-inch Home Roam TV will allow watching TV programs anywhere in the user’s home, without the need of tuning or wiring.

Home Roam TV lets users watch any program, including those found on subscription channels, from a cable/ dish set top box, DVD, Blu-ray or digital TV through the unit’s transmitter module.

In addition, users can simultaneously connect a Bluray player, media player, computer or TV to the small transmitter and select the source from the 7-inch display panel.

The Home Roam TV includes a 2.4Ghz wireless audio/ video signal transfer and offers a 100-foot reception range. It comes with a built-in battery good for two hours per charge and a 7-inch TFT widescreen LCD.

The contrast ratio is rated at 400:1 and brightness is said to be 200cd/m2.

The system is quickly set up for use by plugging in the adapter/transmitter to a set top box, DVD or TV. Once connected, the Home Roam TV will receive any program wherever viewers are located in their home.

The product has $160 suggested retail and is being carried by Buy.com, Amazon.com, MacMall.com and eCost.com, and will soon be available at Sears, Office Depot and TigerDirect.com.

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