I Dreamed a screen

Hewlett-Packard is releasing two models of the DreamScreen, which permits access via remote control to a limited number of websites–streaming radio, social networking, weather–plus access to a few utilities including a photo viewer, a calendar, and a video player. Sounds like a perfect unit for the demographic cross-section of seniors who want to dip a few tentative toes into Internet waters without spending more than $300 up front, although there’s no word about the cost of the online service or whether there are magnification/color contrast options.

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One Response to I Dreamed a screen

  1. Looks like the assumption is that the DreamScreen will be used with WiFi. Nice.

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