Summary: Worst streamer I have ever used. I own Roku and Sony. Only about six aps not including Amazon. Painfully slow. Tried to use it on Pandora and it took 5 minutes to load a song. Even the Chrome for $35 is better. Has TV controls but only for Panasonic TV's. User interface awful.
Summary: This is the first media streaming device that I have purchased. Yes, I would purchase it again and Yes, I will probably buy another one for another TV. I am only giving it 4 stars for now... I've had no problem connecting the media player to my Panasonic TV. I am a "techie", so I connected everything without reading the directions... I turned everything on and Volia, the home page popped up.
Summary: I bought this as it specifically stated it would work with Amazon Instant Video and Amazon is no where on the system. I had a firmware update as soon as I connected to my wifi but it did not show up after that. DLNA works but is very VERY choppy. I know it's not my speed or connection itself because it has 5 bars but is the device itself. Would not recommend as an everyday use because you will just get frustrated.
Summary: It took me a while to get it working right but eventually I got it working. This product is only for android devices 4.2 or above. I like the feature of being able to wirelessly mirror my tablet to my big screen. Remember that only some phones and tablets work with this. You'll have to check with the manufacturer to see if it works. the Netflix feature works good. I would recommend this product if you have the right set up.
Summary: Very slow and it didn't work with Amazon Instant Video as stated in the description and manual. I claimed to Panasonic and they said they were going to add Amazon in the future but not sure when. So we returned. Very disappointing product.
Summary: This Media Streaming Player is very slow also the Wi-Fi is useless its crashes and HDMI out only work on some TV brands only. I don't recommend this Panasonic MS-10 Media Streaming Player. Try other brands and check there ratings.
Summary: I paid practically nothing for this device and I still feel like I paid too much. I bought it because it supports Miracast... except it doesn't. Sure, it will occasionally work with my Nexus 7 or HTC One, most of the time it doesn't. It will act like it is connecting but then gives an error. The worst part is, once it gives that error, it will give the error every single time until I unplug the power and plug it back in.
Summary: If you are intelligent then this device will please you. If you are someone who prefers your devices to do the thinking for you (apple fan) then you will not even know how to work this one. It is perfect for me because I only use Netflix, vudu, and YouTube. It also runs CinemaNow, huluPLUS, facebook, Pandora, and twitter, but I don't currently use those. The CinemaNow interface is great and I might start using it soon. It also is great at Miracast-ing.