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Alpha BitTorrent media player
Photo: Company [Mar 2, 2009]

Alpha Networks, a Taiwan-based network equipment maker, will showcase its new network media player, BT (BitTorrent) Box, at the upcoming CeBIT Hannover in Germany on March 3-8.

With a built-in hard drive, Alpha's new network media player is a plug-and-play network device that enables users to download files without PC from peer-to-peer BitTorrent networks, and to play and share all kinds of multimedia contents on a TV.

BT Box offers video/audio decoding of all popular media formats, including RMVB/RM, WMV, MPEG-4, DivX, H.264, MKV, Avi, Asf, Vob, MP3, WMA, OGG, and AAC, as well as support for HDMI up to 1080i resolution.

With in-house software design capabilities, Alpha's new model offers an iterface which allows users to program channels and organize contents. In addition, BT Box implements an external USB OTG.

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