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AC Ryan Playon!HD2


$229.00 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Can be easily expanded with larger hard drives. Full menus of stored ISO files are all available. Box design is minimalist and modern, goes with everything.

The Cons:No built-in access to Netflix. User interface not easy to work with, more advanced users will get more out of it.

The AC Ryan Playon!HD2 is a media streamer, one of the first Full HD Network Media Player/streamers (along with the Playon!HD Mini2) to feature Realtek's 1185 processor. With HD streaming capability, the 1185 processor allows you to stream high-quality online content (from the WePlayon! portal).

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 Another feature offered by this processor is social networking, with access to sites like Facebook and Twitter. You can access these features over WiFi (with the addition of an optional adapter), or use the gigbit Ethernet port, which is all the lower cost Playon! HD Mini2 model has. The EZ Drive HDD slot (with space for a 3.5-inch HDD) and USB 3.0 port (for connection to other media) are the other features that set this model apart from the Playon! HD Mini2. There are size options available for the AC Ryan Playon!HD2 media streamer.

Features

  • Size options
  • Low noise design
  • USB 3.0 port
  • Realtek 1185 media processor
  • Playon! GUI2.0
  • Color: Black
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • Gigabit Wired Networking
  • WePlayon! content portal access
  • 802.11n support
  • EZ Drive HDD slot
  • Model number: ACR-PV73700

Size Options

  • Base model - $169.00
  • 500GB - $205.00
  • 1TB - $229.00
  • 1.5TB - $259.00
  • 2TB - $289.00

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    can be easily expanded with larger hard drives

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    full menus of stored ISO files are all available

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    box design is minimalist and modern, goes with everything

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    playback of ISO files is smooth and full HD

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    can be set up as a torrent downloader or NAS device

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    no built-in access to Netflix

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    user interface not easy to work with, more advanced users will get more out of it

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