Dodgy remote, strange DVD image quality - amazing blu ray
Vynny "Vynrod", Amazon
27 September 2013
Summary: First thing you'll notice is this wee blu ray player is tiny! Like the height of a deck of cards and about six inches deep. The small form factor is aided by the fact that it has no tray and it pulls in the disc like the Nintendo wii does.
Summary: I have been putting off upgrading to Blu-ray for years waiting for my DVD players to fail but I finally broke down and had my wife order this Blu-ray player for me for Christmas to use in my home office. I did the research and found that this player has the identical firmware as the , and models.
Summary: Not of fan of the remote control, it is often too difficult to use because it is a swiping/sliding type vs. ones with actual buttons on it. Often times if you are not facing it at trust the right angle you will not get the results you had hopped for. Player itself is great.
Summary: We bought this in July 2012 and it still works well. It has been through a move and toddlers without issue. The unit is very narrow and doesn't take up much room. There is no drawer that comes out which we like since there is nothing that can break where the kids try to put in a movie.
Summary: Player works just like any other and DVDs and BDs are easy to play. Online streaming options are plentiful and work well too. The best thing about this player is the ability to connect an external hardrive and play movies (ripped in mkv format for free with MakeMKV) directly from the drive.