Reviews and Problems with Western Digital WD TV Live Plus
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WD TV Live Plus HD Media Player Review
20 February 2013
Conclusion: The WD TV Live Plus HD Media Player is a good choice when buying a network media player. Once you find your way around the menus, it’s pretty easy to use. It is compatible with a large number of file types so it’ll play most media you throw at it. The price may be high for its capabilities at $129.99 but it's a good value at its commonly found price of under $100.
Conclusion: The Western Digital WDTV Live Plus plays Netflix video, Pandora music, and a wide variety of video files in full 1080p on your HDTV with no fuss, but streaming from network-connected PCs can be fussy.
Pros: Plays many video formats. Streams Netflix, Pandora, and YouTube. Accepts many USB drive types.
Cons: Unattractive interface. Some bugs in PC streaming. Hard drive is an added expense.
Summary: If you don't already own an Xbox 360, PS3, or Blu-ray player and you're serious about networked streaming, the WD TV Live is one of your best choices for getting content to your TV.
Pros: Network digital media streamer; Netflix, MediaFly, Flickr, MediaFly, and Pandora Radio built-in; Live365 channel; YouTube channel; HDMI out; two USB ports; digital optical audio out; quick, easy-to-use interface; includes composite and component wires.
Western Digital WD TV Live Plus 1080p Media Player/Streamer Review
23 June 2010
Conclusion: WD TV Live Plus is a worthy successor of WD TV Live. Netflix is a must have feature for a media streamer and with its inclusion, WD becomes a powerhouse in media streaming. Very small, easy to hide, large codec support and also support for USB, network shares and DLNA streaming sources covers everything you will need. I also hope that WD will continue to update its web client list and add VUDU, HULU, Amazon VOD in the future.
WD TV Live HD: Scharfes Bild direkt von der Festplatte
18 August 2011
Summary: Kleines Übertragungskästchen mit viel Technik: Der Western Digital WD TV Live HD Media Player bringt Filme, Musik und Fotos von Festplatte, USB-Stick oder übers Netzwerk ins Wohnzimmer. Ob Bild und Ton dabei groß rauskommen, hat COMPUTER BILD getestet.
Pros: Spielt sehr viele Video- und Tonformate ab, Lesezeichenfunktion bei Video-Dateien, Netzwerkanschluss
Cons: Keine Lautstärkeregelung an der Fernbedienung