Not so keen on coughing up a month's worth of WoW coinage in order to pay for FLO TV services
? If so, and you can somehow keep yourself surrounded by WiFi waves at all times, Sungale just might have a cheaper alternative. The outfit has just revealed what it says is its "first IPTV," though frankly it sounds more like a WiFi-enabled PMP with a knack for finding web programming. The 4.3-inch Kula is described as an "ultra-portable WiFi-enabled IPTV that allows users to access a large number of live streaming television programs from all over the world, selectable by country, language and topic like News, Sports and Finance all without the high rates." Aside from using WiFi, there's no mention of any other protocol
to tap into various channel "packages," though we're not completely shutting out that possibility until we see this bugger at CES. Other specs include 2GB of internal memory, an SD / MMC expansion slot and support for a slew of file formats. Hop on past the break for the full release, which naturally omits any semblance of a price tag in keeping with the elusive theme.
Sungale Unveils Its First IP TV--Kula
With a 4.3" full color LCD screen and Wi-Fi, the Kula is the first IPTV to access over 500 local and international channels combined with a fully functional PMP.
Chino, CA-(December 7, 2009)-Sungale, a premier manufacturer of Consumer Electronics, announces the latest of its 2010 product line up, the new Kula IPTV. The Kula is an ultra portable Wi-Fi enabled IPTV device that allows users to access a large number of live streaming television programs from all over the world, selectable by country, language and topic like News, Sports and Finance all without the high rates.
Sungale will be offering the Kula with various channel packages at an extraordinary value to its customers. Sungale will offer the following customizable channel packages--the Basic, the Kid and the Grand. The Basic & Kid Channel packages will provide customers about 100 channels for free. Customers can upgrade to the Grand Channel package with over 500 channels and try out the service for a full year. "These channel packages will allow users to choose their IPTV Channels based on their preferences as well as parental controls," adds Ningjun Sun, President & CEO of Sungale.
With built-in rechargeable battery and 2 GB of internal memory, the Kula allows users to watch stored video clips, listen to music and view photos on the go. The Kula also provides additional 16 GB of expandable memory with the SD/MMC card slot.
"We want to provide our customers with the flexibility and convenience to customize the channels they want to watch in a device that blends multiple functions and features to create a valuable experience," said Gary Bennett, Sungale VP of Sales. "The Kula is the next big thing that will revolutionize the way people watch TV."
Sungale will be introduce the Kula product line at the upcoming 2010 CES along with an array of new products like e-Reader, IP radio and its line of Cyberus Smart Info Engines.
Sungale 2010 CES Booth LVCC South Hall 1 #20953
About the Kula
The Kula supports the following file formats:
Video File Formats: AVI, MPEG4, DIVX, XVID, RM/RMVB, DAT, WMV, 3GP & FLV
Audio File Formats: WMA, MP3M WAV, AAC, OGG
Photo File Formats: JPG, BMP, TIFF, PNG
Sungale is a premier manufacturer of Consumer Electronics with many years of experience as an OEM supplier. Sungale is committed to actively keeping pace with today's rapid innovations in the field of Consumer Electronics and through their devotion to cutting-edge technology, exceedingly stringent quality control and dedication to customer satisfaction Sungale's products are known for superior quality. For more information about Sungale please visit www.sungale.com