All Product Articles tagged ‘media player’
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.
Western Digital recently invited us to a Connected Life Home Tour to showcase its My Book Live personal cloud storage device and other products capable of connecting to this shared storage. Here are the highlights.
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.
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?
A compact sized media player capable of playing back almost every format and outputting video at 1080p resolution, will it live up to the standard set by its larger sibling the Playon! HD2 or will it fall short? We share our findings in this quick review.
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.
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.