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Reviews and Problems with IOGEAR GMD2025U120

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Overall 4

So So product

Anonymous, Newegg
12 April 2009
  • Summary: there is no way to add more file formats,atleast there should have been some options like sansa media player to upgrade the firmware for better performance.
  • Pros: Runs very hot, doesnot support some .avi and mp4 files.
  • Cons: does not support partitions on the drive.
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Overall 8

Price too high

Jeannie T., Newegg
20 March 2009
  • Summary: This week I spend over thousand dollars from Newegg but this item I bought from somewhere else. Sorry. This little thing should drop another 50% of selling price.
  • Pros: Nice little gadget, just move media file to HD, connect cable to TV & use remote control setup video output. Smooth picture & sound. Choice your own language.
  • Cons: Price too high, no Harddrive included. Media files limited. No HDMI output, Can't recognized partition.
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Overall 10

Take 3

Paul G., Newegg
20 February 2009
  • Summary: First one I received shorted out, the seconf one I received had a bad hard drive and the third one worked perfectly.
  • Pros: Easy to use and comes with all the accessories you need.... Menus are self explanatory and the device has control buttons on it incase you lose the remote. Smart move by IOGear... I was told by IOGear that I should be able to swapt the hard drive if needed. The carrying case come sin handy. I hav...
  • Cons: Remote takes a while to get used to. IOGear should make a car charger adapter available for this device. I have this plugged in to an AC/DC inverter.
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Overall 10

Great little box

Anonymous, Newegg
6 May 2008
  • Pros: This little guy has pretty much replaced my DVD player. It's amazing how good a 700MB AVI looks when upscaled to 720 resolution. Extremely easy to use. Widows recognized the device as soon as I plugged in the USB cable. It opens as a separate drive and you just drag and drop your media into 1 of ...
  • Cons: I suppose HDMI out would be a nice option, although component is a better choice for me as my TV only has one HDMI in and my DVR is already using that, so if it did have HDMI it would require a switch.
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