The Vizio Co-Star Stream Player Accesses the Web Without a Computer

By: Sarah Moore - Published: Jun 29, 2012 • References: vizio & gizmag
If you had any doubts about whether Google and the Internet would collectively join forces with traditional television, inventions such as the Vizio Co-Star Stream Player will certainly put those quandaries to rest.

The multitasking system turns your HD television into a device capable of not only flicking through channels to watch your favorite shows but also allowing for a seamless web-browsing experience -- without needing a computer.

Making use of the Google-TV platform, the device comes equipped with a Bluetooth-enabled universal remote that operates using a touchpad that is capable of operating Google Chrome, HTML and Flash content.

If you do, however, run into a situation where you would like to stream content from your smartphone or computer, the system is equipped with HDMI ports to easily connect the devices to the screen. Stats for Internet Television Systems Trending: Older & Average
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