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VU+ Solo SE

Ekko Star

Distinguished Member
VuPlus.com said:
The Vu+ Team, are delighted to invite you to attend the ANGA COM 2014 taking place from the 20th to 22nd of May at Koelnmesse (Cologne Exhibition Center) in COLOGNE, GERMANY.

• Vu+ Booth : Hall 10.1 T30

• Showcasing :

o Vu+ SOLO SE - introducing our new high-end HD Zapper

o Vu+ DUO2

o Vu+ SOLO2



SOLO SE, the successor of SOLO, one of the most popular Linux based receivers, comes with more powerful CPU (Dual Core 1.3GHz) encased in a stylish exterior design. Please participate in our giveaway event (more details will be announced on May 9th) and you may be the lucky one to get this brand new model and other Vu+ models.



We look forward to meeting you at our Vu+ booth, Hall 10.1 T30.


Sincerely,


The Vu+ TEAM

The new VU+ Solo SE will be publicly revealed at the Anga Com this year. This is the new base 'entry' model in the VU+ range and is powered by a 1.3Ghz Broadcom processor.

The Solo SE is essentially an entry machine based on a paired down Solo2. The Solo SE will have a further degree of flexibility over the Solo 2 as it incorporates an advanced pluggable tuner meaning DVB-S2, DVB-C/T, DVB-C/T/T2 are achieveable.

It's a pretty neat box measuring 210mm. In some ways the Solo SE overlaps the Solo2 with additional flexibility through the pluggable tuner. The Solo SE is though the entry level machine of the range.

The range of VU+ products has been rationalised and will now be on 3 levels - the entry level Solo SE, for the mid-range the Solo 2 and for the top end the Duo2.

The Solo, Duo, Ultimo & Uno are no longer in production. There will be no more planned future production of these machines. The support however is not going anywhere and will obviously continue for these older machines.

Regards

ES

Main Features:

Dual Core CPU 1.3GHz
1GB Ram
256MB Flash
1 x CI
1 x Smartcard
2 x USB 2.0
Advanced Pluggable Tuner - DVB-S2, DVB-C/T, DVB-C/T/T2

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Ekko Star

Distinguished Member
Launch date for Solo SE understood to be Q3 - perhaps even June/July (dependent on factors)
 
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Delvey

Distinguished Member
Nice, looks like there is room for a HDD
 

Ekko Star

Distinguished Member
Just like the original Solo there is no internal HDD and no VFD on this model. Bizarrely it lacks a Gigabit ethernet connection and has a standard 10/100Mbit interface. What it does have is a pluggable tuner which gives it some flexible/crossover and the 1.3GHz processor.

It is basically the new entry level VU+ machine designed to cater at the budget conscious end of the market and to try make VU+ receivers more accessible to those otherwise unable to afford the higher models.
 
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Ekko Star

Distinguished Member
The launch date is meant to be Q3 latest and could even be out June/July if everything gets sorted.

The lack of a Gigabit ethernet interface is either a bit of a backward step or an oversight? It may not have an option for an internal HDD but there seems little need to cripple a networked linux box such as this transfer speed wise.

The rumours are approx £170/€199 but at those levels the market it enters is extremely competitive already.

Towards the end of 2014 the sat scene may also see some more changes. XBMC4STB continues to make progress and the rumours surrounding Dreambox are that they are planning an Ultra HD receiver.
 
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Delvey

Distinguished Member
Doh was looking at the Cam slot
 

RustySpoons

Prominent Member
Great spec. Almost perfect for the money apart from no HDD capability. Surely they could have squeezed a 2.5" drive in there.
 

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