Summary: This product has not been user friendly at times. Clock changes randomly Needs to be rebooted often. System is slow and music very difficult to browse through. I thought about returning the product. Its really only good for Netflix and even that is questionable.
Summary: Setup: setup of NexTV was very easy. Only took 10 minutes and that includes connecting wirelessy to a secure network. Networking: I wasn't able to see my shared folders on WinXP through this device but I was able to see a hard drive plugged into the "Share" Belkin router. Streaming video's wirelessly from a hard drive was painfully slow. If you are looking to do something like that, I would skip NexTV.I ended up simply connecting my hard drive via USB cable to NexTV.
Summary: The VMP75 out of the box worked well, menus worked everything worked properly. I connected the VMP75 to my network so that I can view internet, netflix and my networked shared music, pictures and movie files which after some network configuration (Windows 7) I finally was able to use everything I bought the box for and it worked well we could look at pictures family videos and music files and I was happy until I started having issues with Netflix.
Summary: I was interested in this as a media player for my older TV, without HDMI input, because it also supported composite AV. Unfortunately, the AV cable was missing from my box. Since I received this via the Amazon Vine program, I was unable to return it for a replacement (they had none left), so my choices were to purchase an AV cable, or use the supplied HDMI cable on TV#2, where I really didn't want to place the unit.
Summary: The ViewSonic NexTV VMP75 is a real mixed bag of tricks. At first glance, the device is feature packed. Not only do you get the typical features (like Netflix, internet browsing, etc), but you get playback of ISO files, which until recently has been hard to find. This device has many things going for it, but the negatives really take my excitement for the VMP75 down a notch.