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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Player 2011. Plays really everything., October 21, 2011
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This review is from: WD TV Live Media Player Wi-fi 1080p (Old Version) (Electronics)
Just got this player this week and I'm more than happy with it.(And much more important my wife is too.) I had a roku player in my bedroom because of the integrated WLan. But ROKU was and still is not willing to allow you playing movies from your network that are AVI or DIVX formated. They are 100% Netflixed! So I waited a long time for the Western Digital Player with integrated WLan. And it just works like it should. Installed in minutes, updated the software within 30 minutes and it really plays everything I have stored on my NAS Server or laptop. The menu is easy to handle and the wireless connection (about 18 feet in my case) is stable. No reconnecting every evening like with the roku player. I would propose a few fixes with the menu the way to set up your favorites (only possible with cable connected source). But it is for sure the best media player in this price range you can get 2011.
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Initial post: Jun 26, 2012, 4:30:54 PM PDT
JCO says:
Can you connect an external HD via USB to the WD TV Live Streaming Media Player causing the HD to be on the networks so that all computers can see it. This would allow me to directly move my movies from all computers to the external HD and instantly play them.
Thanks
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