Summary: I bought this "used" for $10, which was waste of money, so I feel really bad for anyone who paid full-retail price. Pros: All necessary parts were included with batteries. Cons: (besides the people who sell it) It takes around 30 seconds to start.
Summary: 1 compare to the western digital this is very cheap and not worth 10 dollars let alone the 150 original price tag one only utube actually streams any video and only short clips every other streaming video site either returns an error that the video is incompatible or is not around i have a wide...
Summary: That's what I get for not reading all the reviews before ordering. No instructions, no availability of propriety usb wireless connector making the whole thing worthless to me. I have learned a lesson about these kinds of purchases... thanks for nothing.
Summary: This media player is awful! PROS - None REGULAR - Connects to internet - Built like all media players. Not bad but not good either. CONS - Subtitles are displayed in a black box, and a lot of caracters are not supported. They also display with a lot of delay. The said box has a delay when loading.
Summary: UPDATE 12/9/2010: After using this device wirelessly for over six months, I am tired of dealing with it's inability to work with my Netgear router. I am frequently told on screen, "Your broadband Internet connection is down" when in fact I have several devices connected to the Internet working...
Summary: I rma'd this and then bought the Seagate FreeAgent Theater+HD from local B**tB*y This interface is better, but still lacking in user friendliness. I returned that for the WD TV Live. This unit would fit the 'ole adage about 3rd times a charm.
Cons: The user interface is really bad. When listening to networked mp3s and navigating away from the "now playing screen" there is no way to go back to what's currently playing.
Pros: I bought this to stream from my media server running TVersity, which work fine and a free solution to PlayOn.
Cons: The returning point is the user interface of the EVA2000 itself. When your listening to music and go to the main menu, there is no way to go back to the screen of what is playing. The menu navigation is horrid. What is the sense of having a user interface when it's not user friendly. More