Looking for a cool TV streaming mobile accessory to easily enjoy TV programs while on-the-go? The leading provider of advanced, standards-based multimedia products, Monsoon Multimedia has launched its new stunning mobile accessory for TV anywhere, named as Vulkano Flow, which designed to let users enjoy their favorite TV content anywhere in the world on Mac, PC, iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry and Android-powered smartphone and tablet.



Key features of Vulkano Flow:

  • Place shift TV programming services and watch on Windows/Mac PC, smartphones and tablets
  • Mark channels as Favorite for quick access on mobile devices
  • Browse EPG (Electronic Program Guide) for shows and episode descriptions
  • Connect to all major TV sources – cable, DVD, DVR, TiVo and satellite
  • Watch and control (pause, fast-forward and rewind) live TV on the move through 3G or Wi-Fi connection
  • Stream high-quality video at H.264 standards at rates as low as 150kbps
  • Connect to set-top box analog output (component, composite) and wirelessly to home router (WiFi 802.11n)

“According to analysts, 2.5 billion phones, tablets and other mobile gadgets will be capable of connecting to the Internet around the globe by 2015, and video is becoming a huge part of how people are communicating and entertaining themselves,” commented Colin Stiles, EVP of sales and marketing for Monsoon. “We wanted to provide consumers with an affordable TV streaming accessory for their smartphones and tablets to watch their television programming service during their commute, while they are out of town or wherever they are regardless of their TV service provider.”

Vulkano Flow that pre-loaded with Mac and Windows PC players is available now through myvulkano.com, Fry’s Electronics, Amazon, TigerDirect and so forth for $99, while the tablet, smartphone apps (iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry) cost $12.99 each for purchase from the respective app store. According to the company, Vulkano Flow will be able to support Windows 7 and Symbian-powered mobile devices in the near future.

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