Released July, 2010
The Pros:Built-in Internet channels like YouTube and Flickr. Supports BitTorrent. Wide range of file-type playback.
The Cons:Not the best design (visually). Confusing onscreen and remote icons. Some services rely on separately purchased hard drive.
The Uebo M200 is a budget-friendly SD media streamer that functions as both a media streamer and a network-attached storage device. By itself, the M200 functions as a standard streamer capable of accessing and playing a variety of media formats from a variety of different sources, including memory cards, USB devices, the Internet, etc.
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However, with the addition of a 3.5” SATA HDD, the M200 transforms into a NAS / Bittorrent client; plus it hosts standard video connections (HD, NTSC, PAL) and is WiFi ready (dongle required). Its one limiting factor though is complexity, in that many tests (especially those at Engadget) have reported having difficulty using the Bittorrent and UpnP functions due to the M200’s over-complex menu system.
- Budget-Friendly HD Media Streamer
- SATA Drive Tray
- NAS Functionality
- Bit-Torrent Client
- HDMI/Component/Composite Video
- Optical S/PDIF
- Coaxial S/PDIF
- Complex Menu System
- Standard Ethernet
- Optional WiFi
- Memory Card Slots
- USB Interface
User Reviews (1)
Built-in Internet channels like YouTube and Flickr
Wide range of file-type playback
Not the best design (visually)
Confusing onscreen and remote icons
Some services rely on separately purchased hard drive
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