|INSIGNIA INFOCAST Internet Media Display|
Insignia Infocast Product Information
Boasting 800 x 600 pixels resolution, the 8-inch touchscreen display of this Insignia web computer also doubles as a digital photo frame that displays all your photos and videos with superb clarity. Powered by the Chumby OS, (Linux 2.6) and an 800 MHz processor, the Insignia Infocast internet media center lets you enjoy all your Internet content and media to the hilt. Preloaded with lots of useful apps such as Photobucket, Pandora, SHOUTcast Radio, and more, this Internet Media Display gives you endless hours of entertainment. The 7-in-1 media reader functionality of this Insignia web computer reads a variety of media including xD-Picture Card, CompactFlash I/II, SD and SDHC cards, and more.Download content from the internet as this Internet Media Display comes with built-in high speed wireless LAN. The 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack in the Insignia Infocast lets you listen to your music in peace.
1500+ Chumby Apps: Featured apps such as Pandora Internet Radio, SHOUTcast Radio, NY Times Podcasts, Blue Octy Radio, Photobucket, and more
Media Card Support: Supports variety of media types including Secure Digital, Secure Digital High Capacity, MultiMediaCard, CompactFlash I/II, xD-Picture Card, Memory Stick and Memory Stick PRO Duo.
Model Infocast NS-DP8CH
Carrier Not Applicable
Insignia Infocast Key Features
Processor Speed 800 MHz
Display Size 8inch (20.32 cm)
Operating System Linux Chumby OS
Hard Drive Capacity 2 GB
Internet Connectivity Wi-Fi
Release Date 7/26/2010
Apps 1500+ chumby Apps
USB ports Two USB 2.0
Audio Output 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack
Operating System Chumby OS (Linux 2.6)
Internal Memory 2GB
Screen Resolution 800x600 LCD
Wireless Networking Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g
Rechargeable Battery No
Speakers Stereo (2 speakers) with SRS Sound
Built-in Microphone Yes
Screen Size 8.0"
Touch Screen Single touch resistive touchscreen
Manufacturer Warranty 6 Months
Warranty Parts 6 months limited
+:The Infocast weaves digital photos, Web apps, and streaming audio and video into an affordable, tablet-esque superscreen.
-:With all its features, the Infocast isn't for the technologically timid. Its sheer size makes it awkward for use as an alarm clock.