Myka ION

$380.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1The Myka ION is a Web-to-TV device that can run web-based video applications like Boxee, Hulu and Netflix. The Myka ION is powered by an Intel Atom 330 processor and an Nvidia ION graphics chipset, enabling smooth video playback without the need for additional hardware.

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This media streamer allows users to directly browse to any website with video content and play it as if they were at a desktop computer. A bittorrent client is included in the Myka interface, allowing for video torrents to be directly downloaded to the player. Advanced users will appreciate access to the Linux OS, including telnet and FTP access. the Myka ION connects to the internet through a wired LAN connection or WiFi, and is available with up to 1TB of hard drive storage.


  • WiFi enabled - 802.11/N
  • Direct ethernet connector for direct connection
  • HDMI, Composite,  and SPDIF ports for maximum flexibility
  • Internal hard drive choice of 250 gigabytes to 1 terabyte
  • BitTorrent peer to peer software built in
  • 3 USB ports for expansion


  • Embedded Architecture
  • 450 DMIPS SOC
  • 16 MB Flash memory
  • 256 MB DDRAM
  • Linux operating system


  • MPEG1/2/4 Elementary (M1V, M2V, M4V)
  • MPEG1/2 PS (M2P, MPG)
  • MPEG2 Transport Stream (TS, TP, TRP, M2T, M2TS, MTS) * VOB * AVI, ASF, WMV
  • Matroska (MKV) * MOV (H.264), MP4, RMP4 Video codecs:
  • MPEG-1
  • MPEG-2 -MP@HL
  • MPEG-4.2 - ASP@L5, 720p, 1-point GMC
  • WMV9 -MP@HL
  • H.264 -BP@L3 ,MP@L4.0 ,HP@L4.0 ,HP@L4.1
  • VC-1 -MP@HL ,AP@L3 Subtitle formats : SRT, SMI, SUB, SSA
  • Aspect Ratio:4:3 and 16:9,auto format detection
  • Out Definition:480i,480p,576i,576p,720p, 1080i or 1080p


  • AAC, M4A
  • MPEG audio (MP1, MP2, MP3, MPA)
  • WAV
  • WMA
  • FLAC
  • WMA, WMA Pro
  • AAC  MP1, MP2, MP3  LPCM  FLAC  Vorbis Audio pass through
  • Volume Control: 32-level adjustable,mute
  • Output Modes: Mono/Stereo/Dolby Digital

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