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More FiOS 2.0 Pics

More FiOS 2.0 pics as promised. With the requisite Motorola hardware shot first.
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You can choose a transparent menu or a fully opaque menu with a small video window.
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Tons more pics after the jump.

Options for recording one episode of a TV show or the complete series.
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Normal trick-play functions: pause, resume, etc.
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There’s no resuming play in another room once you’ve paused a program, but you can access that show (recorded or live) and skip to the right section on any set-top in the house. Below is a non-DVR Motorola set-top with access to the DVR connected to the main TV.
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Choose your interface for inputing data. Way cool.
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Search function is excellent. Below are the results from searching on the letters “TC”.
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Pretty cover art for the VOD menu. There are some movie trailers included too.
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Widgets!
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The FiOS Media Manager includes photo sharing and lets you manage your music.
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No demo slideshow is complete without fake family vacation photos.
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Oh yeah, and here’s a pic of me, Dave Zatz and “CZ” from the Verizon policy blog on site at the FiOS demo.
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4 Responses

  1. [...] EDIT: Update, Mari has posted a number of photos herself. [...]

  2. Verizon FiOS looks pretty damn good! Too bad I don’t have coverage in my area ='(

  3. [...] to see Verizon break out usage of some of its innovative television services. How many people use FiOS TV widgets, and how often? Is Home Media DVR (multi-room DVR) continuing to gain traction? How popular are [...]

  4. [...] FiOS. Since then, the TV operator has gone on to debut whole-home DVR services (aka Home Media DVR), TV widgets, 3D broadcasts, and now new multi-screen video applications. Yesterday my good friend Dave Zatz [...]

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