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Monday, July 23, 2007
Helios Labs Launches the H2000


Helios Labs announced today the H2000, an HD upscaling DVD player.

The H2000 is a region-free DVD player capable of upscaling a variety of formats including: MPEG-4, XviD, DivX and MPEG-2 to 1080i resolution via Component, HDMI and VGA. Furthermore, it can output 480i/576i unprocessed digital signal via HDMI.

The player also has support for the VobSub subtitle format.

The H2000 launches August 10th in the North America for a bargain price of $99.


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