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neuros

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Take a VR walk through one man's mind with 'GE Neuro' (Tomorrow Daily 235)

Ever wondered if applications for virtual-reality headsets go beyond video games? GE's new Neuro VR experience isn't just interesting to watch, though; in the future, it may help neuroscientists study the human brain.

By September 1, 2015

Video

Wander virtually through a musician's mind with 'GE Neuro' VR experience (Tomorrow Daily 235)

Ashley and Khail watch the trailer for a VR experience taking place inside a person's mind, rejoice at Amazon's new offline video option for iOS and Android and check out a 54-propeller "super drone" made by a hobbyist. #TDMind

By September 1, 2015

Review

Neuros MPEG4 Recorder 2

The Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder 2 Plus provides a straightforward way to get video content onto your portable device without the need for a PC.

By September 14, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating September 14, 2006

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Review

Neuros II (60GB/256MB bundle)

With its 256MB and 60GB backpacks, the Neuros II wants to be your one and only MP3 player, but instead it's big and bulky, and it's saddled with spotty features.

By October 21, 2004

2.5 stars Editors' rating October 21, 2004
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Neuros Link: Supports video on demand

The Neuros Link supports Amazon.com video rentals, allowing you to select from thousands of titles ranging from 99 cents to $5.99 per rental.

By November 24, 2008

Article

Neuros Link: Watch what's on your PC on your TV

Neuros Link is a device that streams the Internet to your TV

By November 20, 2008

Editors' Take

Digital Innovations Neuros HD (20 GB)

Digital Innovations Neuros HD (20 GB)

By March 12, 2003

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Article

Neuros's MPEG-4 "VCR"

Neuros's MPEG-4 "VCR"

By November 21, 2005

Article

A logo program I can get behind

Neuros has proposed a new logo to identify DRM-free content and the devices that play it.

By December 19, 2007

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Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder: Video on demand

The Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder lets you record your favourite programmes to a Memory Stick PRO Duo or CompactFlash card -- which means video joy on your PSP or handheld

By February 2, 2006