Sony Ericsson introduces the Bluetooth(tm) Media Center MMV-200, which enables content to be played directly from a Bluetooth mobile phone on the home TV or stereo sound system.
The MMV-200 turns your phone into a flexible hub at the centre of your entertainment devices and couldn't be simpler to use. With an MMV-200 plugged into your hi-fi, you simply transfer the sound files from your phone to the sound system via Bluetooth and enjoy them through the speakers. It's just as easy with images. You can share your photos and video clips with friends and family comfortably around the home TV. Simply plug the MMV-200 into the TV and share the shots and footage stored in your phone. It is even possible to run pictures and sound simultaneously.
If you have a large number of pictures and sound files it is easier to store them on a memory card, slot it into the MMV-200 and use your phone as a remote control to flip through images or search for music tracks. A truly versatile device, the MMV-200 accepts all kinds of memory cards from your phone, PC or digital camera.
The MMV-200 isn't restricted to communicating with just one phone. Bluetooth is a flexible form of wireless communication and any Bluetooth-enabled phone will communicate with the MMV-200. So you can invite your friends round to share their favourite images, or to pool music tracks with everyone using their phones to send content to your TV or stereo.
The MMV-200 will be available in Q2 2005.