Summary: It workED great with a Ethernet cable. The WiFi wouldn't connect without the added purchase of another product. I've had no problems with this bluray player, until yesterday. ** The remote got really warm and then quit working. The player is useless without the remote.
Summary: I've had good luck with Philips all-region DVD players in the past, so I thought I'd give this one a try for both DVDs and blu-rays. UPDATE -- After six months (October through March), this thing bit the dust and will not recognize any DVD I insert. It simply comes up "no disc.
Summary: PLAYER BOOTS UP ,SHOWS WELCOME MESSAGE SCREEN TURNS BLACK AND AND FAILS TO PLAY EITHER BLU RAY DISCS OR DVD DISC REMAINS SPINNING IN PLAYER THIS ITEM, ALTHOUGH SENT TO FL ADDRESS, IS ACTUALLY RECEIVED/DELIVERED TO TRINIDAD & TOBAGO VIA US POSTAL ADDRESS/COURIER SERVICE EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED WILL...
Summary: where in the name of God do I get the goddamned "dongle" so I can use the damn wifi????? I've would've had better luck tracking down a leprechaun... 4-29-12: After further review, apparently you need a Philips brand dongle, which happens to cost $60.00.
Summary: If you must have a multi-zone Blue Ray player, then this one is ok. It does not automatically play all zones, the instructions state you have to press the secret key combo on the remote when turning on the machine to change the zone it works with. It is a very compact player, but cheaply made.
Summary: Just as the last reviewer said, you need a wifi 'dongle' ($40). I threw the box away, but I had looked at the box before I bought it to see if I needed to buy an HMDI cable (didn't occur to me that I might also need a dongle).
Summary: Can't Get it to set up to my wireless Network. it keeps asking for a dongle and a dongle did not come with it. Never used...it just sits in the closet now collecting dust. This is the first time I've rated a product poor. I Had to buy a Sony DVD player and Am upset about losing money.
Summary: Hello. I'm from Mexico and 15 days ago I bought in a local RadioShack store here in Mexico City this DVD/Blu-ray player. It does play region 1 and 2 (PAL) dvd's, but does not play Zone B Blu-rays.
Summary: I don't usually research products that cost under $90. Products at that price point are practically an impulse buy. "WiFi Ready" is a term that unnecessarily complicates the product and misleads the unwary consumer.