zvbox

  • A quick chat with ZeeVee, Inc's CEO about the ZvBox future

    A quick chat with ZeeVee, Inc's CEO about the ZvBox future

    The ZvBox is a promising little CE device that streams HD content over widely available coax cable. Unfortunately, the first version did work so well but Vic Odryna, CEO and overall nice guy, promises brighter roads ahead thanks to an update and the new commercial unit. Read More

  • ZvBox to enter the custom install market; good for them

    ZvBox to enter the custom install market; good for them

    I was less than impressed with the ZvBox, but the concept is very solid and the company seems to be committed to the product. ZeeVee is taking the next logical step and entering the custom install market with a rack mountable version of the ZvBox with better cooling and more connectivity options. Also, an improved GUI which should be entering beta soon (thank goodness). Hopefully this… Read More

  • Review: Zv-100 ZvBox

    Review: Zv-100 ZvBox

    There hasn’t been a gadget that I was initially interested about more than the ZvBox. In my world of 250 press releases a week and thousands of random gadgets, that’s something. The device hijacks a QAM channel over your home’s coax network and streams digital media through it. Since most people already have coax ran, at lease close to their HDTVs, the concept is solid. Read More

  • ZvBox gets unboxed

    ZvBox gets unboxed

    Lucky duck Dave Zatz recently unboxed his eval-unit ZvBox. The unimpressive looking box is really equiped with an innovative feature set. It takes a PC- or web-based content and streams it over your homes coax cables for QAM-equiped TVs to pick up. Seriously, why doesn’t more manufacturers use this technique?  We spoke briefly to Dave about the unit and he seems impressed so far. Read More

  • 'Zv' takes your VGA signal and pumps it out over coax

    'Zv' takes your VGA signal and pumps it out over coax

    Here’s an interesting idea — sort of how FM broadcasters for MP3 players work, except this device sends video from your computer out to a blank TV channel over your home’s coaxial wiring. It’s called “Zv” and it’ll cost $500 when it launches later in June. Read More