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Neuros OSD

Neuros OSD
alaScore 72

8 reviews

Apr, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the linux support.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Video Recorders (DVR) the Neuros OSD is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

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Neuros OSD lacks user manual

 

I can't get the NeurosOSD to work with my Sony camcorder yet. I finally got an S video cable and an adaptor for the RCA inputs, but I guess I'll have to go to the website and download the user's manual to figure out how to get it to record directly to...

Needs user manual

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Great performer!

 

The Neuros has a very intuitive interface. This must have been designed by engineers who loved their job. Records programs on SD flash cards, USB thumb drives, or USB hard drives.

Easy To Use, Lots Of Features, Professional Quality

Nothing so far

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Works OK, but needs added memeory device

 

Works well in converting digital files from one format / storage unit to another.

Highly Compatible, Lots Of Features

Complicated to use

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Neuros OSD doesn't need hacker skills!

 

You don't HAVE to be a Linux geek to work the Neuros OSD. My daughter uses this thing, as do people in the Church Soundroom, replacing cumbersome audio/video capture tools.

Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Reliable, Sleek Design

Extras needed

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Great Linux Hacker Toy

 

The Neuros OSD is definitely a cool hacker toy for those familiar with Linux and software development. However, I would not recommend this to a low tech person that simply wants his or her device to work. I have upgrade the firmware (software on the...

Customizable, Sleek Design

Difficult To Use, Unreliable

Expert review by:

Neuros OSD

 

As a media streamer the Neuros OSD has a solid feature set, but does lack a little in terms of connectivity. Mired only by its limitation to composite...

YouTube feature, multiple input sources and output locations

Composite video output

This streamer may appeal to some people in some situations. However, many people who need streamers are going to be quite tech-savvy and will want a device with better quality output.

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Stuff magazine

 

The OSD is a bonkers set-top video box/recorder for hackers, which doubles up as a neat DVD-to-PSP video ripper

Are you reading this on a touchscreen Linux tablet? You'll probably love the OSD. But for the rest of us this is a fiddly, pricey way to rip DVDs to chip

Expert review by:

Neuros OSD video player

 

Connect it via Ethernet to your network and you can navigate to any shared video and play it on your TV.

Product Specifications

The Neuros OSD is the first open source media hub/mpeg4 recorder that will allow you to bridge the gap between all your digital media content, your handheld devices and your entertainment center.

Combined Device

Type:Digital multimedia receiver / player / recorder

Digital Player (Recorder)

Device Type:Digital player / recorder

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Manufacturer:Neuros Technology International
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Neuros OSD

Network & Internet Multimedia

Connectivity Protocols:IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet)
Functionality:Digital video playback
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