Media streamer reviews

All the media streamers we're reviewed, on sale in Australia

If you want to watch downloaded movies, play music or watch slideshows on your TV, the best way to do it is to buy a media streamer. These dedicated boxes hook up to your home network and TV to display all the shared files you've got, and can also play back files off USB or an internal hard drive.

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NETGEAR Digital Entertainer Live EVA2000

Netgear's Digital Entertainer Live EVA2000 is a fine media streamer for those of you who want to stream videos off a USB 2.0 hard drive onto an older, standard-definition TV, but if you want to view good quality video on a high-definition screen, you're better off going for a more advanced model, such as the EVA9100.

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  • 27th July, 2010
  • Elias Plastiras
  • NETGEAR
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  • Pros:
  • Small, two USB ports, can stream a wide range of formats, YouTube streaming
  • Cons:
  • Video quality isn't good on a high-definition screen, no setup wizard for new users, streaming video services are subscription-based and not all services available in Australia

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