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Asus O!Play LIVE

Asus O!Play LIVE
alaAverage 2.4

3 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Asus O!Play LIVE. The average rating for this product is 2.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other DVD Players for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 47/100.

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Consumer review (

Brilliant for its time


If ASUS have learned from their experience with this product in the new version (The O!Play BDS-700) then I am very interested.

For its time it was a pretty brilliant piece of electronics and I can't fault it when it's working right. You can't expect to play blu-ray through the wifi link - for that you'll need to hard wire it to the network or use a local drive via the SATA...

The organization of the menus is extremely tedious to work with and it often drops the wifi link at start up (never while running) ; The worst feature is the response to the remote - you often have to press a selected button multiple times to get a...

Dec, 2012

Consumer review (

Nice idea but:


Would be a great buy if it worked

I was never able to get a wireless connection, could have lived with that. After about 2 weeks audio feed got a little fluky, periodically lost sound on replay from external hard drive. Finally, after another week or so would be able to get sound for a...

Jul, 2012

Consumer review (

For shame, ASUS!


The overall feel of everything that has to do with this player is as if they're doing alpha testing (not even beta testing!) and you are the tester. I will give you a few examples: - Try to do an "Online Upgrade" - it fails saying to retry after...

Seems to play the same file formats as original O!Play (HDP R1). Plays them just as well as the original ; Wireless support (did not test) ; Netflix support ; Youtube support ; See other comments below

Youtube - very poorly done. In order to actually sign in using your Youtube account, you need to use a USB mouse. Once you sign in, the Youtube app does not let you browse your subscriptions. Absolutely no quality settings. There are many smaller...

Sep, 2011

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