All Product Articles tagged ‘media player’
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
How does a Full-HD media tank based on a SIGMA chipset with web functions sound? HardwareZone takes on the ExtremeVision to see if this Taiwanese player matches up to the competition in the AV arena.