Easy, Simple to use and it really does play almost anything
PL Kagan, Amazon
31 January 2014
Summary: This is a handy little media player for all sorts of formats. I have mostly used it to play video that I could not get to play thru my PS3. The interface of the player is basically a file manager-type application. I have used both an external HDD and USB drives and they both worked great.
Summary: Except for the GUI, it function perfectly well with my screen and audio receiver. I also found the remote irresponsive sometimes. But ones the movie plays, its all entertainment right at your screen and speakers.
Plays anything you throw at it.. But not for anime fans..
27 September 2013
Summary: This simple player does play anything you throw at it. But, as I have feared, the times have left it behind. Which, nevertheless, is still on par with the other options. Most people use this to watch movies, and this would play 95% of your movies.
Summary: First I would like to say that I have only connected this directly to a tv with stereo audio so I can't speak to the surround sound audio. I have played m4v, DVD ISO, and BD ISO files. m4v files were ripped for use with an Apple TV. They play fine.
Summary: I purchased this product to use it to play my HD Movies on it instead of burning them to BluRay discs. My camera is Sony Alpha 77, and the file format it produces is AVCHD. I noticed that when I play the output of my camera on this player I don't get the HD quality that I get on my BluRay SONY...
Summary: Pros: 1.Fast response 2.Good remote control 3.Works well even though in hot summer. Not very hot such as WD TV, etc. 4.Supports many different video and audio formats 5.Sold built quality 6.Low cost 7.Many updated firmware can be downloaded from ASUS's website 8.Major video features work well...
Summary: I've got this Asus O!Play Mini for a few days now and really like it. We use it to play RMVB video files that I download....the HD video images are excellent on our 1080P TV! It is a great little device that replaced the PC (behind our TV) I used to use for doing the same thing but with much better...
Summary: I've had this little box for almost a year. Works well, with a few minor flaws. Normally, I'll stream video from my windows home server, but I've found that this little box has a few advantages. It's "quick and dirty": just copy the file to a flash drive, plug in the flash drive, and off you go.