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Klegg Electronics Mediashare Mega Genesis Line Wireless Ndas Hd Movie Without Pc or DVD

by Klegg

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  • 802.11g and 10/100Mbps Ethernet!!
  • Access files from your computer or play them on your TV or digital sound system!!
  • Composite, HD component 480p, 720p, 1080i!!
  • Supports MPEG 1, 2, 4, etc!! HD Play back, Network Playback
  • Support SATA hard drive (SATA hard drive NOT included)
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • ASIN: B0015ZXMAE
  • Item model number: The Genesis Line
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

Product Description

Brand New!! Klegg NDAS WIRELESS MULTIMEDIA ENCLOSURE!! Factory Sealed, Never Opened!!

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ChrisB. on October 19, 2008
First of all, that other guy who gave it so-so ratings is a whiner. No internet radio? Who cares? Listen to internet radio on your computer or [drumroll] listen to regular or satellite radio through your home/auto system.

I threw a 1TB Seagate Barracuda in this baby and began ripping .ISO's of my DVD collection. Now that I have roughly 275 DVD's on the internal HDD I can watch my DVD collection like I would "On Demand" on my cable box. I just scroll through my DVD's like the TV guide and hit 'Play'. It's that simple.

It supports 480p, 720p, and 1080p via DVI (use a DVI to HDMI cable), Component, and RCA video outputs and Digital Coax, fiber optic and analog audio outputs!!

You can wirelessly access your computer's shared folders to view most audio and video formats (i.e. DIVX) on your TV in lightning-fast streaming speeds. I've had very little hiccups during streaming viewing. It's faster than my N-router!! You may see slight pixelation when viewing in the 1080i/p formats due to the massive amount of information being streamed. However, it's still top-notch.

Both USB 2.0 ports allow you to view files via thumb drives and external HDD's with ease. I've not experienced a single issue when viewing media from my external drives.

The user interface and setup is extremely easy. The remote is pretty good, too. There is always room for improvement. However, when have you EVER used a remote that was perfect. Setting up the wireless connection is the same as any other peripheral. You put in your SSID (network name) and network password and it will connect just like any other device. I had no issues. The whole thing is pretty much Plug and Play with an extremely attractive plastic, chrome and glass exterior.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By P. Jones on March 24, 2008
I bought this product the Friday before Easter from Frys for less than the MSRP.

The box is misleading, it does NOT use an IDE HDD...this device is SATA.
The instruction manual is misleading, it does NOT support either IDE or SATA HDDs...only SATA.
The Specifications at the back of the manual are correct...it uses a SATA HDD.

Pros:
It plays back audio, video and DVD/ISO files very well.
The wireless network is pretty good.
Boots up pretty quickly.
Decent entry level remote

Cons:
The only protocol it supports is NDAS (because Klegg and Ximeta are partners)
Very basic user interface
Horrible USB support. It has two USB host ports, files are accessed via USB 1 or USB 2 and as far as I can tell it does not support USB hubs.
User interface does not refresh properly and often reflects the local or USB files when it should be an attached network path.
No internet radio
Minimal support (via email only)
Horrible and misleading documentation
Misleading copy on box.

The device is actually slightly more attractive and smaller than the box would imply. It is not just a black brick with an antenna, it actually has a plastic/glass from panel and is nicely crafted.

The navigation buttons on the front are useful and there are a series of lights that show how the device is hooked up and how it's currently configured (and it blinks prettily when it's first turned on.)
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