Iomega ScreenPlay DX HD
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Setup is very smooth, easy enough for entry-level users. Large enough storage space to handle a good number of movies. Capable of full High Definition playback, no loss in quality.
The Cons:Has some quirks with folder setups that aren't well documented. Remote control is intimidating at first.
The Iomega ScreenPlay DX HD is a media streamer made for playing videos, photos and music on your TV. The ScreenPlay DX HD offers 1080p video playback over HDMI. The included Ethernet jack and WiFi adapter give you direct access to popular internet media sites such as Pandora, Netflix and Mediafly.
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The ScreenPlay DX HD comes with a full QWERTY-format remote control that is geared toward being user-friendly, providing fast and easy text entry with an ergonomic design. Since this media streamer comes with 2TB of storage, you can keep your digital media collection all in one place. The ScreenPlay DX HD features extensive audio and video format support including DivX Plus HD (MKV), MP4, and XviD. This media streamer is DLNA certified, which means that it is compatible with a variety of other devices (for more streaming options). The Iomega ScreenPlay DX HD media streamer comes with four USB jacks, two on the front and two on the back.
- Color: Black
- 1080p video playback over HDMI
- Up to 2TB of storage
- DLNA certified
- Ethernet jack
- WiFi adapter
- Optical audio jack
- Direct access to popular internet sites
- Component and composite video
- 2 USB jacks on front, 2 USB jacks on back
- QWERTY remote
- Netflix/Mediafly/Pandora integration
- MPEG-1/2/4 (part 2, ASP)
- DivX Plus HD (MKV)
- AVI (Xvid, AVC, MPEG1/2/4)
User Reviews (3)
setup is very smooth, easy enough for entry-level users
large enough storage space to handle a good number of movies
capable of full High Definition playback, no loss in quality
doesn't take very long to get used to the controls, easy to figure out
connections to online streaming services work flawlessly, very easy to access
has some quirks with folder setups that aren't well documented
remote control is intimidating at first
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