[mythtv-users] Anyone seen this before?

Devan Lippman devan.lippman at gmail.com
Wed Jun 8 23:47:18 UTC 2005

I think he was reffering to using it on the go with the buit-in screen?
Biggest problem i see with it is connecting to your backend. Around the 
house you could probably get the bandwidth but there's TV's there... unless 
I suppose you were able to transcode the video to a lower bitrate/resolution 
at the backend before sending it to this device. Thats something that would 
be nice to see integrated in to Myth. Sounds a lot like mythstreamtv.


On 6/8/05, Minh Duong <minh_duong at yahoo.com> wrote:
> It looks impressive, but it doesn't have everything
> you need. It would be good if you use a VGA monitor
> but it doesn't have any TV out.
> --- flim <flim at talktalk.net> wrote:
> > http://www.oqo.com/
> >
> > I heard about it ages ago, but they e-mailed me this
> > morning to say it's
> > now available here in the UK. It ships with WinXP,
> > but they also say it
> > should support Linux and point you at a guide that's
> > already been written.
> >
> > I'm thinking this would make a rather good portable
> > front end; what do you
> > guys think?
> >
> > flim
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