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Sneak Preview of the new Evolve User Interface


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Evolve have given Inside CI a sneak preview of it’s new user interface, and it looks really good!


Here is what Inside CI posted:

Media server specialist Evolve have given Inside CI a sneak preview of its new user interface for lifeStation servers – and it’s looking good. The new Evolve GUI will be part of the brand’s next software release, Prime V2.0, due for release in the run up to Christmas.

As you can tell from the images, it’s quite a change from the previous, commonly used My Movies interface. The revamp will apply to all the brand’s Life range of servers.

The new UI adopts a fashionable tablet-styled titled grid, which gives quick access to a variety of content at the same time: music and movies, digital photography, downloads, live TV and internet feeds.

According to Evolve the “titles are dynamically driven based upon the user’s content, and refresh every 10 seconds giving the interface an exciting fresh feeling while in use. Making a selection is simple: point, click, and enjoy the animations as tiles spin to provide further detail of the media set.”

The brand describe it as a “real leap in what should be expected from a high end media system.”

The Prime V2.0 upgrade will also include a new output option for lifeStation servers – four audiophile-grade analogue outputs to supplement the main output. These can be controlled independently, in two groups of two, or in simultaneous ‘party mode’. The pricing for audio output option has yet to be announced.

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