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HSTi Wireless Media Stick Allows Streaming Media

Stream Your Media with the New Wireless Media Stick

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During CES 2010, WebProNews discovered an interesting product for media streaming. The HSTi Wireless Media Stick allow users to stream media files from any computer connected to a wireless network to any USB enabled device (TV, gaming console, or stereo).

Setup:

  • Plug in the WirelessMediaStick tm to the USB port to a computer/laptop
  • The device configures the setup software
  • The HSTi Wireless Media Stick is part of your wireless network

When the device is plugged in, storage of the users’ files can be accessed when connected to the actual storage media. When linked through the wireless router, the HSTi Wireless Media Stick can stream files from any computer or storage device. It also supports wireless protocols a/b/g/n.

From this, users can access music on their laptops or movies from their home server. The device does not require batteries, external power supply, or additional remote controls.

HSTi’s Wireless Media Stick is currently available on their site for $119.

HSTi Wireless Media Stick Allows Streaming Media
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  • tony

    what a great product. this is going to be so useful throughout my house. i dont need any extra cables to make this work!!!!!!!!

  • Guest

    Sounds great, but the big concern I had was that apparently the user is responsible for checking compatibility and they do not do refunds. How am I supposed to know for sure if it’s compatible unless I try it? I’m trusting their word that it works. I think I’ll wait until it goes retail so I can return it to the store if it doesn’t work.

  • Danalana

    I’ve totally been waiting for a product like this!!!!!!!!! Can’t wait to get my hands on one. Have seen another version of this idea but this one seems much better, you only need one of them vs one for every device.

  • technogeek

    This is a great product. Another company anounced something simular but I think this is far supperior because it does multiple computers with one stick. For compatibility I guess it works anywhere a flash drive works.

    I am off to buy one.
    technogeek

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