Media players running the Android OS are nothing new now, but it remains an uphill task to make an interface designed with touch input in mind to work well with a remote control. So will Aztech's latest media player/Internet TV hub, the PlayXtreme 2, succeed in this aspect? Let's find out.
IT Show 2012 is here! From HDTVs and projectors, to media players and headphones, we've got your audio and visual needs covered in this buying guide. Happy shopping!
With competitors releasing media players that feature integrated Wi-Fi to enable easier access to online services, A.C. Ryan has sought to set the bar higher with their latest offering, the Veolo. A curious amalgamation of media player and the Android OS, we explore if this concept could take off and what Veolo offers.
The WD TV Live is a compact full HD media player that sports built-in Wi-Fi and a long list of internet-based services. An attractive user interface doesn't hurt its prospects either. Will all these help it to stand out in an already crowded media player field? Here's our take.
We're here to help you suss out the best HDTV and projector deals at Sitex 2011. While you're at it, why not consider that lovely pair of headphones for your partner or a media player for the whole family?
On paper, there's a lot to like about ASUS' latest O!Play Mini Plus full HD media player: good support for Internet content, built-in wireless 802.11n and gigabit Ethernet support, as well as Dolby TrueHD playback. How does it fare in real life? We find out.
Have you ever wished you could stop squinting your eyes and project your laptop’s screen onto your TV? Or flip a switch, move away from your desktop PC, and pick up where you’ve left off on a much bigger screen? The McTiVia lets you do just that, and more.
Based on the Sigma Designs SMP8642 processor, the HDI Dune HD Max is a premium, network-enabled HD media player. It also doubles up as a Blu-ray player. So, is this the ultimate media player? We find out.
Do you watch a lot of TV? Have you ever wished that you could bring your TV wherever you go - even into the showers? The network TV-streaming HomeFree Combo from AVerMedia might just be what the doctor ordered.
AVerMedia, a company known for its TV tuner cards, is no stranger to the digital media scene. How does its 1080p-capable AVerLife HD Studio network media player fare?