|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.9 x 4.6 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||DSM-312|
|Special Features||HD Compatible|
|Item Display Height||2.75 inches|
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- Instant Access to the Latest Movies, Shows, and Music, all on your TV
- Easy setup will have you watching in minutes, on almost any TV
- Stream new movie releases the same day they come out on DVD with VUDU
- Transform your living room into a home theater with Netflix
- Connect with your favorite artists and discover new ones with the power of Pandora
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|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi||WIFI||Wired & Wi-Fi||USB|
|Total USB Ports||0||0||0||2|
|Number of HDMI Ports||1||0||1||1|
|Dimensions||4.88 inches x 4.61 inches||3.34 inches x 0.98 inches||7.4 inches x 6.5 inches||3.9 inches x 4.9 inches|
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Give your nights more possibility with D-Link MovieNite Plus (DSM-312). MovieNite Plus provides you with endlessly compelling options from the biggest names in entertainment. Stream your favorite movies and shows from Netflix and YouTube in full 1080p HD video quality. Why wait for the other guys? Rent movies the same day they are released on DVD with VUDU. Connect to today's hottest artists and discover new favorites with Pandora. And thanks to the easy setup, you'll be watching, listening, and enjoying in minutes. So go on: reclaim your right to entertainment. Experience the power of possibility with MovieNite Plus.
Set Up So Easy, You'll Be Watching in Minutes
Set up your D-Link MovieNite Plus in just three easy steps: plug MovieNite Plus into your TV and power outlet, use the simple onscreen menus to select your content, and sit back and enjoy the show as your favorite movies, shows and music are streamed directly to your TV.
Instant Access to the Latest Movies, Shows, and Music: All on Your TV
Transform your living room into the ultimate home theater, as MovieNite Plus delivers the latest content from Netflix, VUDU, YouTube, Pandora and more. Avoid the hassle of expensive tickets and late fees experience the freedom of unlimited entertainment from the comfort of your couch with MovieNite Plus.
Enjoy a Home Theater Experience in Stunning 1080p Quality
Who says you need to go out to go to the movies? The nearly unlimited movie options from Netflix, VUDU, and CinemaNow make MovieNite Plus an attractive solution to costly movie tickets and rental chains. Achieve the same high-quality theater experience with HD movies in 1080p all on your big screen TV.
Experience the Peace of Mind that mydlink Delivers
View your D-Link network cameras via the mydlink app and watch live camera video on your TV great as a baby monitor or watching what your kids are doing in another room. The cameras can be located anywhere as long as they are part of your mydlink account--watch video of a second or your small business your TV.
Channels and Apps
Stream new movie releases the same day they come out on DVD with VUDU.
Why wait for the other guys? With VUDU, you can rent movies the day they are released on DVD and stay ahead of the game. Catch the latest movies and only pay for what you want to watch no subscription fees necessary!
Transform your living room into a home theater with Netflix
Instantly stream thousands of movies and shows to your TV without the hassle of expensive tickets or late fees.
Tap into the endless entertainment of YouTube
Endless entertainment options are only a click away. Watch movies, trailers, or that video everyone is talking about, all from the comfort of your couch.
Connect with your favorite artists and discover new ones with the power of Pandora
Bring the concert to your living room and experience music like never before with Pandora's comprehensive song library and suggestion-engine. Listen, enjoy, discover.
Stay connected to what matters most with mydlink
Keep an eye on your children, your pets, or your small business with mydlink home monitoring. You have a lot to value -- experience the peace of mind that mydlink delivers.
Endless entertainment with more apps and channels
MovieNite Plus offers additional apps and channels for endless entertainment choices. All at your fingertips with something for virtually everyone in the family.
Top Customer Reviews
Right off the bat, the D-Link is thirty bucks cheaper. But cheaper doesn't mean it is of lesser value. The difference is more of different value. I do like some of the things I can do that the Roku wont do.
The number one cool feature was being able to link up my Android phone to the D-Link via the YouTube app, and choose videos on phone and stream right to my TV. I loaded up Freddiew's Video Game High School ep 1 after scanning the QR code with phone. The video loaded quickly and the high def quality was instantly apparent. It worked great. There is no YouTube on Roku, so this is a clear advantage of the D-Link MovieNite.
Another advantage is the Kids section is available on Netflix, as it is at netflix.com.kids and on the Wii version of Netflix. This is great because it's easier to let my kids roam Netflix to see what they like without them clicking on some random movie full of naughty words and people getting disemboweled.
The box itself is of decent design, a little smaller than a CD case, and a little thicker than a TV remote. It has a slit on the front to show the power light and allow for the remote's IR signal to reach it.
The remote has good and bad points. It is IR based, as opposed to the wireless Roku remote, and isn't as responsive as I'd like and the cone of effectiveness is narrow. I can't sit at my computer beside the TV and use the remote. The remote does, however, have a Vudu, Netflix, Pandora, and YouTube buttons to easily launch those apps. Useful if you use those, but in the way if you don't. I have mixed feeling on the remote.Read more ›
I recently purchased a Roku HD Streaming Player for a friend's birthday and set it up. In my July 4, 2012 review of that product I gave it five stars, but noted that while it met my friend's needs it fell short of mine.
Specifically, I use Youtube more than I do just about any other video service. I know that is an odd statement when some premium services such as Netflix and Hulu Plus are almost as good as cable at a fraction of the cost (and are making inroads to a 'cut the cable' movement that is taking place.) However, even if I was more mainstream in my use of streaming video devices I think this model is still superior to the Roku HD. Here is my comparison.
Set-Up. Both devices are a snap to install and configure. I will give a bonus point to Roku's documentation.
Content Delivery. To a novice I think this beats the Roku. While you can add a lot of channels to the Roku, it is something that you discover and do as you get used to the device. This, on the other hand, has more content immediately available after you set it up.
Remote. I prefer the Roku because it is simpler (I used the term elegant in my review). While this has my beloved Youtube assigned to a button, that may be deemed a waste of real estate on the remote by folks who do not care about that service. Also, both D-Link and Roku missed the boat in my opinion by hard wiring a service to the buttons on the remote because it's entirely possible that future services may eclipse them. Better would have been three buttons that were user assignable.Read more ›
1.)It is a able to be hardwired into your network. Only the highest Roku, the 2 XS has this feature and it's usually $90ish here at Amazon or straight from Roku.
2.)It comes with component cables for TV's without HDMI, or you can connect it via HDMI
3.)It doesn't have as many App's as Roku. But how many am I really going to need? I really need this for Youtube, Netflix, Pandora. And I like the feature of being able to take something from youtube on your phone and transfer it to your TV.
In the end it's a great deal at this price. If I had gobs of $. I probably would have bought the Roku 2 XS. But at $50-$60 less when I as many others are on a budget, this will do just fine. And save $ for a nice meal.
A few notes on setup and ease of use:
Setting this up was super easy! I just plugged in an HDMI cable (not included) to an available port on my TV and plugged the D-link into power. It found my network and started working and all I had to do was press the WPS button on my router.
The Netflix 'module' did ask me the first several times to choose between a regular Netflix and a 'Kids' Netflix, which I thought was an annoying additional step, but it seems to have learned my preferences and now just goes right into netflix. The user interface here is like a file menu, which is easy to navigate and search. The video quality is VERY good for everything I've streamed to my HDTV.
One gripe I have is that the different modules (or 'apps') each have their own layout once you're in them. i.e. browsing Youtube Videos is a different menu scheme than browsing Netflix videos or Vudu videos. And the Youtube module didn't seem very well put together (not at all like the youtube experience on the internet) but I personally don't plan on watching much Youtube content on my HDTV. I'm not a Vudu member, but this device lets you start a free trial, so maybe I will be soon. If they added Hulu to a future update to this service, it's value would increase drastically. If you're a Hulu member you might find this box only a partial solution.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works, DONT LOOSE THE REMOTE. only way yo turn off without remote is to unplug it.Published 6 months ago by A Carroll
Item is user friendly -- originally bought for my parents, so "easy to use" was a must.
I bought this December 2014. Read more
This worked but I do not recommend it now because you can get so much better but you know D Link is always qualityPublished 6 months ago by Gary Rice
Not as good as the Roku stick, but i guess that is to be expected when its older. No complaints.Published 7 months ago by Amy83g