Web-connected Kula TV expands mobile TV options

Kula TV, introduced at the 2010 CES and now shipping with an MSRP of $199, gives users mobile access to some 500 channels of online TV programs from all over the world, organized by country, language and topics like news, sports and shopping.

It features built-in WiFi--as well as a pop-up WiFi antenna the company says increases its range 20 percent--a 4.3-inch TFT LCD screen, 2GB internal memory to store photos, music and video as well as a Micro SD card slot.

"The newly designed pocket sized Kula TV will enable customers to view hundreds of local and international programs from anywhere in the world using a WiFi network with fewer interruptions and smoother channel displays," said Ningjun Sun, president and CEO of Sungale.

Think of it as a nice poolside option.

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