The only drawback is that it wont play the next Aud/Vid files automaticly!
16 September 2012
Summary: This is a wonderful product with only one drawback that I can see is "It won’t play the next Audio or Video files automatically!" The WD Mini Player will go to the next file and play it automatically! It can be used to play back video, audio, and pictures from any USB hard drive or storage device. Two USB ports are built into the device, allowing you to connect multiple hard drives simultaneously.
Summary: i bought it because my t.v. wouldn't show all of the qmovies that i had on my hard drive. i would plug it to the usb port on the t.v. and well it seems that about 30 movies wouldn't show up and some of the the movies i added wouldn't always show up. so when i bought this i was glad to see that everything showed up that was on the hard drive and was glad that i didn't have to constantly switch between the other 2 hard drives i had.
Summary: the device is more like to use and easy, it's also super practical and easy mobility, their functions are very comprehensive and I play all movies or series that I see for me is usually the best.
Summary: Well, the player obviously develops - in WD TV Live developers have cleaned the majority of problems of model WD TV. With a network, support of decoder DTS and various media the Internet-services the player became very quite good. And if still to consider, that it costs really copecks, - one of the best budgetary models in the market turns out simply.
Summary: I've had an HDTV for a while, but no actual HD devices, so I got this little thing. I got it so I could watch movies, both local and network, and it most definitely doesn't disappoint. I paired mine with a Western Digital WD Elements 2.5 TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive , which has so far worked well. Here's some of the key features I liked the most: * Plays MKVs! It can change audio and subtitle tracks on-the-fly as well, in addition to having chapter support.
Summary: The WD TV Live Plus offers an impressive set of features, at a price point significantly lower than most of its competitors. While it lacks WiFi connectivity, a USB adapter accomplishes this task for about $10, making the total cost still less than Roku 2® or Apple TV®. I chose to purchase this unit over other media servers like the Sony SMP-N100 primarily because of its extensive support for various video formats via USB drive.
Retired in Crawford, relaxing with my WDTV Live Plus!
13 July 2011
Summary: Look folks, it's simple: if you *want* to maintain shelves of DVDs or Blu-Ray disks, if you want to deal with scratched disks and having to find your movies, if you want to eventually throw all your disks and their cases into the same landfills that your records, 8-tracks and cassettes currently reside, don't even consider this product. But...
Summary: It baffles me how this box of awesomeness is currently sitting < three stars. I have five of these guys in my house. Family room, kids bedroom #1, kids bedroom #2, our bedroom, and the basement. My brother, who bought them after seeing mine, currently has four in his house. My father also has one. I also have a couple of friends who have them and every one of us absolutely love this device. At our house, they're on daily, usually the front room gets the biggest work out.