Summary: Pros: Small, portable, plays many file formats, I/O connectors cover the basics. Cons: It runs HOT! Ships with outdated firmware, latest firmware update is from August 2010. Other thoughts: I've been using this player for about two months.
Summary: First I must say that I was a bit shocked when I came to write this review that the price for this device has doubled. I bought it for $29.99 around Thanksgiving. PLAYER: This little gadget works like a dream.
Summary: Doesn't support .M4V format, so not useful for me. Love my WD-TV, guess there's a reason this was 1/2 the price. Picture looks good with photos and the limited content I had it supports. So, a 2 for me.
Summary: This is really a very nice product. Initially I was not getting the output at all and thought that it would not work or was faulty. It was not, when the product is connected to output the settings are at default and thus would not able able to reproduce the output.
Summary: I like the media player and its nice features. The free HDMI cable is nice also. The only thing the player really lacks is it doesn't play MP4's other than that its a nice player especially for the money.
This is not a HD media player, why complain about that?
Rocket Scientist, Amazon
27 April 2011
Summary: The manual or description nowhere says that this player can play HD video files. It do has HDMI output, and can output a 720p picture, but it is only for player menu and image display. Video playback is purely SD (1024x576 is not a HD, it's just native 16:9 SD).
Summary: Pros: Small; NTFS for USB hard drives (meh); Remote; Wide range of outputs (will go from my HDTV to CRT in kids room to LCD in mini van). Cons: No internal storage (meh); No exFAT (Biggie: no support for <4GB files, most 720p files are ~6GB); No support for x264 MKV (vast majority of rip'd movies);...