There are more than enough media players on the market to choose from. But if for some reason the likes of the Boxee Box doesn’t appeal to you, there is Iomega’s Screenplay DX HD.
It can connect to the Netflix, Pandora and variety of other streaming sites, can access content over your home’s network and support a wide variety of video codecs, including H.264, WMV, RMVB, MKV formats and DivX Plus HD. There is also a full web browser which can hopefully access sites such as Hulu.
Three models are available; one with no storage, one with 1TB and another with 2TB. However, there are 3 USB inputs for viewing media from a flash drive. Included is a mini QWERTY keyboard, and HDMI output, Ethernet port, optical audio out, WiFi adapter and RCA jacks.
Iomega’s Screenplay DX HD is shipping now for $149.99, $229.99 and $299.99 respectively.
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