Summary: had this product for a few months worked fine besides turning off every half an hour while watching a dvd then wi fi stopped working w/ a network fail message every time a tried to reset it-after spending hours on the phone w Toshiba cust.
Summary: I purchased three of these to give one to my sister and two for my home. They were able to connect wirelessly without any issue and set up on my home network through DLNA. I am now able to stream not only from Netflix and Pandora, but also my home videos for events without having to have my laptop...
Summary: We bought this blu-ray for two reasons. One because we just purchased a new Toshiba TV and second because we wanted a blu-ray with wifi to use upstairs with our Amazon Prime. What we did not know is that this blu-ray is not compatible with Amazon Prime.
Summary: I am a power user and the only reason I got this unit was because of the price. It is an older model with slower performance though has a great feature set. It supports DLNA/UPnP streaming, Netflix, and Vudu to name a few.
Summary: This turd is a real bona fide Papa Oscar Sierra. To echo other reviews: as often as not, you have to unplug it to turn it off, one day it just decided it wasn't going to connect to my Wi-Fi any more EVER, and the thing was just generally unreliable when it did briefly "work".
Summary: I received the player and would not work on my first tv. So I connect it to another tv upgrade firmware and reset tv resolution and it works on the tv that I want to use on. Wireless work also. I was hope to plug and play but it did not happen
Summary: Purchased for the basement TV from Best Buy for $45. Marked down from $99. Where to start. Plays blu rays. Seems to start with sub titles, no matter how I set it up the last time. Would not allow me to shut off sub titles while playing a dvd.