Neuros OSD: ThinkGeek starts delivery

img Neuros OSDThe long awaited Neuros OSD media center that was previously only available to a limited group of developers is now available for sale and in stock with ThinkGeek.


The OSD (“open source device”) is a replacement of Neuros’s DVR set-top box loaded with masses of new features. It can record MPEG-4 video from analog sources such as cable or broadcast TV receivers, DVD players, and so on, to flash memory or directly to portable media players like iPods or PSPs. As it also comes with an USB and Ethernet port you can also connect drives or use it as network storage.


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