We take a look at yet another media player and this time, it's the popular ASUS O!Play HD2. It isn't new, but we thought of giving it a spin to see what exactly does it have to still maintain the buzz in the media player scene.
Capable of playing most video formats such as AVI, MKV, TS, RMVB, FLV at up to 1080p, will the Realtek 1185DD-powered A.C. Ryan Playon!HD2 impress us? Read on to find out.
Not exactly a newcomer to the media player market, Iomega adds one more to its ScreenPlay line with the ScreenPlay TV Link MX. What do we think of it besides the fact that it has a long name? Read on to find out.
Will D-Link's flagship entertainment hub break out of the box or crumble in shame? HardwareZone dives in to find out if this HDTV companion is worth its multimedia chops.
Patriot joins the media player market with their own offering, the Box Office. Featuring Full-HD playback, and the ability to play a boatload of popular media CODECs, will the player outshine its competition? Dig in for the details.
FreeAgent GoFlex TV is Seagate's third entry into the media player market, offering full HD playback and the ability to slot your FreeAgent GoFlex hard drives into the player to access the media stored inside the drive. It's relatively down to earth in appearances and so is its price. We give you the details in this review.
Ever wanted to watch your videos on a big screen TV instead of your cramped monitor? There are several media player options in the market but not many have the expertise to make a refined product as Western Digital's top of the line media player, the WD TV Live Hub. Find out how it fared in our trials.
The ASUS O!Play MINI is a small HD media player that is big on supporting media formats. What it does not have however is any form of network connectivity. We check out how this basic HD media player performs.
The annual IFA consumer electronics trade fair officially opens on 3 September in Berlin, Germany but for international journalists, the show really begins from 1 September, when they are given sneak peeks of what would be showcased before the show. HardwareZone.com was on the fairgrounds to bring you some of these highlights.
DViCO's latest media player is dressed in a similar cylindrical fashion as the HD M-7000 model, but sports a shrunken form factor with this effort. Will the new HD N1 cutesy pie prove its worth as a media tank? Or will the Koreans' latest "Cafe" sour before it is relished?