ASUS O!Play HD2
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Launch SRP S$229

ASUS O!Play HD2


Overall rating 8/10

The HD2 is a media player capable of playing high-definition content and comes with multiple USB ports and a card reader. The player allows installation of 3.5inch HDD.


Design:
7.5
Performance:
8
Features:
7.5
Value:
8
THE GOOD
Multi-card reader + BT client
Acts as NAS + Samba support
Solid remote, nice tactile feel
THE BAD
A tad expensive
Lacks firmware update through internet feature

Product Specification

Image Format Support
  • JPEG
  • BMP
  • PNG
Video Format Support
  • MPEG1
  • MPEG2
  • MPEG4
  • VC-1
  • H.264
  • TRP
  • MP4
  • MOV
  • Xvid
  • AVI
  • ASF
  • WMV
  • MKV
  • RM
  • RMVB 720p
  • FLV
  • TS
  • MTS
  • M2TS
  • DAT
  • MPG
  • VOB
  • ISO
  • IFO
  • M1V
  • M2V
  • M4V
Audio Format Support
  • MP3
  • WAV
  • AAC
  • OGG
  • FLAC
  • AIFF
  • Dolby Digital AC3
  • Dolby Digital Plus
  • DTS 2.0 +Digital out
  • Tag ID3
I/O Ports
  • 2 x USB 2.0 Port(s)
  • 1 x USB 3.0 PC Link Port
  • 1 x USB 2.0 / eSATA Combo Port
  • 1 x RJ-45 LAN Port (10/100 MBps)
  • Composite Video
  • Composite Audio L/R
  • Component Video
  • S/PDIF Out (Coaxial + Optical)
  • HDMI 1.3
Remote Control Yes
Dimensions 230.0mm x 178.0mm x 60.5mm
Weight 730 g

1 user review(s)

hctay_alan

Rating by User:
8

I would like to say that the review team did not touch on the 2 features featured in the O!PLay HD2.I bought it because it has these 2 features and they are DMNA and UPNP.I tried its DLNA feature with my HTC Desire HD and it played the video I sent to the player...I've also tried playing flv format on the player but it seems unable to recognise the flv format...another thing that I find not up to standard is the NAS function.Copying a movie file(usually quite large)is very slow via LAN.My WD My Book World is faster as an NAS.In any case,I am quie satisfied with the machine as I play mpg and avi files most of the time.I have a harddisk in the machine and I used the USB 3.0 cable to transfer my movie files into the harddisk and it sure is much faster.


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