AquaMedia – Let Digital Yacht Entertain You Afloat!

This week we launch AquaMedia in the US – our solution for easy, on-board digital entertainment.  Solid and small (about the size of a small bag of sugar – and packed with the same e-calories!) , it’s super fast, simple and becomes the gateway for digital media afloat.  Here’s a sneak preview:

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AquaMedia is an on-board media server.  Playback music, video, pictures or internet TV and integrate with your existing or new boat audio and TV system.   Step on board and plug in your USB drive/hard disk  including audio, video and photo media for on board playback.  Aquamedia will quickly index the drive and logically arrange the media through its custom Razor operating system leaving your original drive structure intact

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AquaMedia also supports audio playback via AirPlay via iOS devices like iPhones and iPads.  Connect AquaMedia via HDMI to your choice of TV or display and via an AUX connection to the boat’s audio system.  Up to two displays can be connected.

Connect to the internet for web and internet TV functionality via built in wifi or through the WL510 power wifi solution from Digital Yacht.  It also supports an IP camera feed for CCTV or thermal camera integration.

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Despite its powerful Intel processor, it consumes under 25W and is designed to connect direct to the boat’s DC 12V system so there’s no need for inverters or power packs.  AquaMedia can be controlled and operated via a variety of products including keyboard, mouse, trackpad and standard remote control.

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With a stunning, easy to use interface and blisteringly fast processor, AquaMedia brings you the best, easiest and latest in media entertainment afloat.  Download the launch pack HERE and make sure to visit Digital Yacht at the NMEA convention, Fort Myers 8-11 Oct for a demo

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