Summary: I was looking for a player to use with Mediatomb. I got very irritated with the Logitech squeezebox as it only supported it's own server which is, quite frankly, awful. Set up was a breeze on this by comparison. I just plugged in. Powered it on. Selected the Mediatomb server and played music.
Summary: I originally became interested in this device when I was researching ways to be able to listen to music in my living room from music stored on an external hard drive attached to my computer in my office .
Summary: I'm a geek, so if you're a fellow geek I suppose you'll find this review particularly very useful. I had never heard of this device until I was walking through a local store and saw them on a closeout sale.
Summary: I have a Squeezebox too, and it cannot connect into the Iomega NAS drive because it is not DLNA compliant.
Pros: First, Internet Radio is the coolest. Philips has very good software in place to support the avid listener. Also, the NP1100 works well with the Iomega Home Media NAS drive which has a built in DLNA server. Additionally, if you have Comcast Internet, this will allow you to use your Rhapsody accou...
Cons: NP1100 wireless adapter makes a weaker connection than a notebook PC. Also, the user must navigate through a few lists to select and play music. One click does not turn on the tunes.
Summary: I bought this as a Gold Box deal and am very pleased. My hi-fi setup included satellite radio but I did not want to pay the fee. This gives me excellent internet music stations @ no cost! My only beef is that it is not compatible with my Mac for music streaming.