A Player To Access Video Material That Is Not Chaff, Pablum & Kitsch!
Mike J. Rice "'Mike Rice, Cultural Historian", Amazon
2 October 2013
Summary: Actually, I accidentally ran upon one of these at Wally World and earlier, a Phillips that played AVIs. I bought the Phillips without realizing it played *.avi files at first, but then one day I got an avi file, popped it in and VOILA! Later I spot this machine on clearance in Walter World.
Summary: I bought this as a birthday present for my boyfriend. I was really impressed how the seller kept me updated on the status of my package. However I did not like how it was covered with various stickers that were very annoying and difficult to remove.
Summary: I found the unit good but not great the lack of a eject button on the remote is a huge pain, the over all the play back is okay the app's are good and I use them a fair bit for a low price unit it do the job.
Summary: Be advised, you get only Netflix, Cinema Now, Vudu & YouTube Apps. There is no way to add apps to this machine. You are stuck with what comes out of the box. You can only connect it to the internet via Ethernet as well.
Good basic BD player with Netflix but disappointing DLNA support
14 August 2012
Summary: This minimalist blu ray player plays dvd and blu ray content acceptably and has a dedicated Netflix button which is great. I have a Samsung TV and it communicates intelligently with it over the HDMI cable. The Netflix support is great, if that interests you.
Summary: Good little Blu-ray player with no frills and it's cheap. Does the job BUT Somehow tonight we sat down to watch a movie and the remote was gone. ( I think my dog ate it!) This is a BIG problem.
Jeffrey D. Binnig "book reader, equal rights supporter", Amazon
2 March 2012
Summary: I bought this DVD player to replace 2 other DVD players that had gone bust. Due to the price and Samsung's surge to the top of the electronics market, I picked this one up. Pros: Excellent quality.