Zotac unveils latest software bundle
Dubai, July 11, 2010
Zotac International, the leading manufacturer of graphics cards, mini-PCs and small form factor platforms, has unveiled the latest software bundle for all new Zotac GeForce series graphics cards.
Zotac Boost Premium is a collection of five applications designed to improve computing experience and includes MotionDSP vReveal 2.0, Nero Vision Xtra, Cooliris, Kylo web browser and XBMC media centre.
“Zotac is always evaluating new software solutions that we believe will be a perfect match for our graphics cards and useful for our users and customers. The latest Zotac Boost Premium bundle represents the best software solutions we’ve found,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director, Zotac International.
vReveal makes it easy to quickly fix digital videos from cell phones, HD camcorders, digital cameras, and other devices. vReveal uses powerful technology to stabilise, brighten, sharpen, add fun effects and more with just one click. Enhanced videos can be instantly shared to YouTube and Facebook with vReveal's built-in uploaders.
“Nero Vision Xtra makes video editing and movie creation easy for beginners, without skimping on the features for advanced users,” said Hyder Rabbani, senior vice president, Worldwide OEM Sales and Business Development at Nero.
“Advanced features such as multi-track editing and special effects with key frame controls enable users to create their own cinematic masterpiece with ease when using Nero Vision Xtra and a Zotac GeForce series graphics card.”
Cooliris revolutionises how photos and videos are viewed by transforming favourite web browsers into the ultimate media browser using Zotac GeForce series graphics cards. Digital media is presented in a beautiful 3D display that lets you browse and zoom hundreds of photos and videos in seconds without having to click page-to-page with Cooliris and Zotac GeForce series graphics cards.
The Kylo browser, from Hillcrest Labs, is a Web browser designed specifically for use on high-definition televisions. It includes an onscreen keyboard, zooming capabilities, large fonts and navigation controls that enable users to enjoy web surfing while relaxing on the sofa with their Zotac GeForce series graphics card computer connected to a television set.
XBMC is an award-winning open-source media centre application that transforms any PC with a Zotac GeForce series graphics card into a television-friendly home theatre PC capable of playing any high-definition or standard definition digital audio, video and image files available locally or streamed over a home network.-TradeArabia News Service
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