NanoTech’s Nuvola NP-C claims to be the world’s first commercial-grade 4K media player (though we know that’s not true as BrightSign, among others, also has one). But the NP-C is a solid-state player that does support content via Android App’s HTML5 or Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, like 11-Giraffes.
The NP-C connects via Ethernet or Wi-Fi to any network with 6 Mbit/s or greater to stream 4K UltraHD movies or videos from a variety of sources including the bundled NanoFlix UHD media player.
The Nuvola NP-C measures just 3.5×6″ inch (8.9×15.2 centimeters) and integrates the nVidia Tegra 4 processor that features a Quad Core Cortex-A15 processor with 72 GPUs. The system comes standard with 2GB DDR RAM, 16GB Internal Flash Storage and has external connections for USB storage devices.