Reviews and Problems with Netgear Digital Entertainer Live EVA2000
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Netgear EVA2000 Digital Entertainer Live Review
5 January 2010
Conclusion: If all you want is a means of streaming Netflix movies, Roku has a cheaper solution, and if you want access to Hulu, Western Digital’s product is far superior. If you’re looking for the ultimate media streamer, on the other hand, Netgear’s EVA9150 Digital Entertainer Elite is the answer.
Pros: HDMI support, Two USB ports, Supports WMA Lossless, Quiet
Cons: Max video resolution limited to 720p, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon streaming requires third-party software and a host PC, Doesn’t support FLAC, No S/PDIF audio output
Conclusion: Easy-to-use device plays multimedia content from local or Internet sources on analog or HDTVs.
Pros: Simple Setup, Supports both analog and HDTV (720p), Plays content from DLNA and UPnP A/V devices
Cons: Need to purchase licenses to access anything other than YouTube, VuNow and your own content after trial periods expire, Need to run a Windows app to access Hulu, Netflix and other better content, Search not available for all content types
Excerpt: The Netgear Digital Entertainer Live EVA2000 is a standard-definition media streamer that you can connect to your TV to watch videos that are stored on your computer or on an external hard drive. Additionally, you can use it to view photos, listen to MP3s and watch online video from YouTube and other websites.