Reviews and Problems with Western Digital WD TV Mini
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29 July 2010
Summary: Incredibly slow, clunky piece of equipment. Does not support 1080. Reboots about 80% of the time when you go to view one video file from the previous. Mini remote easily lost. All around a big disappointment. Soured me to all WD products. Already in the market for a new one
Small and attractive but limited capabilites compared to WDTV
17 April 2010
Summary: Pros: + very small and minimalist design, akin to the Apple TV. It's square and flat. Measures 3.6 x 3.6 x 0.8 tall. + plays RMVB @ 1024x576x24, 1024x576x30, or 800x600x30 + $20 cheaper than WDTV + great support for various music formats, including the lesser known FLAC (free loss-less audio codec),...
Summary: The sale and delivery of this product wre fine, but I can't recommend the product unless you're willing to spend time converting formats to try to get something to play. I ordered six for media displays in a museum and two are working without any problem, two are working with some difficulty...
Summary: After owning this little electronic bastard for three years, I have to say I hate it, and I would dissuade anyone from buying it. Not only did it have the overheating issue right off the bat, but it tends to freeze when my hard drive spins down.
Summary: $20.00 cheaper then WDTV but lose most of the main feature of to being a real media player, if you really need something for the RMVB, I will suggest you buy the MediaGate's M2TV, it is almost the same price with WDTV but it play 1080p + RMVB + dts2.0 Support.