Cons: Extremely slow playback with Internet wireless cable connection. Watching a video (if you can actually get it to play), is very choppy and at time freezes up. The remote control is very unresponsive and useless. The TV Screen resolution is very poor and the picture is low quality. It does not at ...
Summary: I decided to ignore the poor reviews I had read on this product and purchase it anyway. The quick user guide completely skipped the first screens in the install. The image on the TV was not acceptable using the supplied cable, so I used a component cable I had.
Great idea but I would buy something else right now
Randy K, Amazon
26 December 2008
Summary: I've been looking for something to let me watch my mp4 video collection on TV for some time and in the last year there have been a number of products introduced. When I was at Fry's I saw this on sale for $99 so I decided to give it a try.
Summary: What can I say... the product sucks. Read many negative reviews but thought it would be different for me. I'm sure most people will do the same as me and think a lousy product will perform different just for them but it won't. I bought more than one just to play my odds... Yeah right!
Summary: It basically amounts to an expensive music player. I thought it be nice to be able to stream videos onto the big tv in the living room. There was no rating or comments when I purchased this, but I thought I'd give it a shot. After about a day of screwing around with it I filed for an RMA.
Pros: The color scheme matched my router.
Cons: The wireless is a pain to setup if you have any sort of security running, WPA limited to 23 chars. It doesn't play video worth watching. A lot of vids played on media player show upside down. Even playing on VLC the videos were very choppy and pretty low quality. Overall it was a large drain on m...
Doesn't Work w/ Media Center. Failure of a Good Idea.
P. Colin McGraw "AV, Computer & EnviroTech Nut", Amazon
3 April 2008
Summary: I have been patiently waiting for this device for about a year and, unfortunately, I came out disappointed. My hope was that I'd finally have a device to stream ripped DVD's (.vob files) and recorded TV shows through the Windows Vista Media Center interface, and this device couldn't cut it.