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Sharing your photos, music and movies on your computer with friends and family has been made easy by the DMA 2100 Media Center Extender from Linksys. The device allows you to view digital photos, movies and high definition programs on your TV, and listen to downloaded music on your home theater sound system. It even enables accessing digital content and Internet services from your Microsoft Windows Vista Premium or Ultimate Media Center PC and wirelessly stream it to your home entertainment system. Its single learning remote helps you to easily navigate menus. The media extender uses existing high-speed Wireless-N home network.
Sure going to miss Windows Media Center connected to this when Windows 10 comes along.Published 3 months ago by Rory
I can see why they stopped making these. They are slow, but performance depends a lot on your connection and the speed of your host PC. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Brent A. Moulds
Too price but good. Sturdy and reliable product.
Allows you to share your photos, music and movies on your computer with friends and family
Not that it's Amazon that has any control of the situation, because all the ones available are through vendors.
But, I have to wonder. Read more
really a great product has a few quirks but really they do what they are meant to do and I can get off from the Cable TV merry-go-round at $100. a month. Read morePublished on February 24, 2013 by K. L. Kaye
Linksys has decided not to patch the firmware to work with Windows 8. I repeat. This product does not work with Windows 8 so if you have it or intend to upgrade in the future do... Read morePublished on December 22, 2012 by Tootsie Nootan
After first setting up the media extender it would not identify my network. Following the instructions provided by Cisco I could not get the extender to identify my network. Read morePublished on December 23, 2011 by FPC
The unit was functioning as advertized the first day. The second day, it locked up. Linksys was having Internet problems. Read morePublished on November 29, 2010 by Pattie B.