ArcSoft Link+: your best family entertainment resolution, connect your DLNA devices

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  1. Arcpro, Jan 23, 2013
    Last edited: Jan 23, 2013

    Arcpro macrumors newbie

    Nov 14, 2012
    [size=+1]Have you ever image you could connect all your devices to enjoy digital life throughout your home?
    Like this:[/size]
    [size=+1]ArcSoft Link+ makes it possible. You have favorite movies, music, or old memory photos stored in your PC or other devices, you have a big screen HDTV, and there you need one more thing, a remote controller and connector.

    [size=+1]ArcSoft Link+ for ipad comes and makes your iPad such an ideal remote controller and connector.
    ★You can seamlessly access & play your home sharing media on your iPad, ★Barrier-free to enlarge your multimedia playing from iPad to large screen HDTV. ★

    Check out at ArcSoft Link+ it's $4.99 and it is giving away promocodes! Click here to get it now![/size]

    Let’s meet ArcSoft Link+:

    Media hub
    Remote access videos, music and pictures on your DLNA or airplay certificated devices.[/size]


    [size=+1]Playback to HDTV
    Seamlessly stream local or home sharing multimedia files to big screen HDTV or other DLNA certificated devices[/size]

    [size=+1]Remote control
    Remote control your digital media renderers.[/size]

    [size=+1]☆Cross platform support. Different platforms play their different entertain roles.
    -Windows desktop (home media command center; media server; support Real-time transcoding)
    - iPad (Media connector, remote controller)
    - Android Tablet&Phone, Windows Metro (Coming soon, extend entertainment to every possible devices)

    ☆Device requirements:
    - HDTV [Samsung TV (w/ Allshare), Sharp TV, Sony Bravia, Panasonic TV, Xbox 360, etc.]
    - PC or Mac server (ArcSoft Link+, Windows Media Player, Tversity, PS3, etc.)
    - WDTV Live
    - Tablet, smart phone (ArcSoft Link+ installed)[/size]

    [size=+1]You can scan the following two-dimension icon to download it. Come and enjoy your family time!
    Any advice for ArcSoft Link+ is warmly welcomed.[/size]

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  2. chenshuaibin macrumors newbie

    Jan 23, 2013
  3. linda24305 macrumors newbie

    Nov 18, 2012
    oops, really?

    My HDTV told me DLNA enable. But until now, I hadn't use it. Giv me a code :D, sir, let me try.

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