Wize Media 1000

Category: Not classified
Manufacturer: Wize
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 2.4Kb
Operating System: Webware
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.47 / 21 Jan 2008

Windows device driver information for Wize Media 1000

The Wize Media 1000 is a digital media receiver or digital media adapter is a home entertainment device that can link to a home network to recover digital media files like music, pictures, or video from a personal computer or other media server and play them back on a home theater system or television. The DLNA organization pertains to these devices as digital media renderers. A digital media receiver can attach to the home network utilizing either a cordless or corded Ethernet connection. A DMR includes a user interface that enables the users to navigate through their digital media library, search for, and play back media data. Different DMRs are created to handle various tasks. Some DMRs only handle music; some handle music and pictures; some handle music, pictures, and video; while others go further to enable Internet browsing or controlling Live TV from a personal computer with a TV tuner.

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The Wize Media 1000 is a digital media receiver that is created and manufactured by Wize. Some of these devices have displays and speakers. Others must be linked to an external output device like a television, or a stereo system. While there are independent digital media receivers like the Apple TV, the NetGear EVA700 and EVA8000, it is not unusual to find the DMR functionality incorporated in other consumer-electronic appliances, like gaming machines, DVD players, set-top boxes, or even connected HDTVs like HP MediaSmart Connect and MediaSmart TV. The Digital Media Receiver was invented by a company known as SimpleDevices in 1999, who were given several patents for this invention in 2005 and 2006. Improved under the SimpleFi name by Motorola in late 2001, the structure was based on a Cirrus Arm-7 processor and the wireless HomeRF networking standard which pre-dated 802.11b in the inhabited markets. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Wize Media 1000 errors before installing any driver updates.