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Digital View Releases ViewStream For High Definition Video Playback

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MORGAN HILL, CA--Digital View's new ViewStream 400 is a digital video player designed for use with HD LCD and Plasma displays in out-of-home environments. The ViewStream 400 is designed to be used as a stand-alone player without network connectivity. Content is updated via the USB port and a USB memory stick. Standard configuration will allow the ViewStream 400 to store more than 50 hours of content via a SATA hard drive. Content scheduling and play list management is handled using DV Studio Plus, which is supplied free of charge. The ViewStream 400 is priced at $375.00 U.S. in 1,000-piece quantities.

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