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VWB MediaREADY 5000

VWB MediaREADY 5000
alaAverage 1.5

3 reviews

Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 3 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 30/100. The average review date is Mar 11, 2006. We have compared these reviews to 12565 reviews from other Media Centers. Last update: Apr 19, 2014.

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(Based on 3 reviews)

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VWB MediaReady 5000

 

Flexible networking options. Support for removable storage.

Sluggish performance. Noisy. Not optimized for widescreen displays.

The MediaReady 5000 matches the features found in more expensive media center devices, but sluggish performance and excessive system noise make it difficult to recommend.

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Video Without Boundaries MediaREADY 5000

 

PCs and home theaters have long posed the old square-peg/round-hole quandary to consumers, as the fundamental incongruities have slowed the adoption of potentially sophisticated, versatile computer gear into the living room. Expanded functionality...

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Video Without Boundaries MediaREADY 5000

 

PCs and home theaters have long posed the old square-peg/round-hole quandary to consumers, as the fundamental incongruities have slowed the adoption of potentially sophisticated, versatile computer gear into the living room. Expanded functionality...

I was hoping for some sort of enhanced compatibility between the MediaREADY 5000 and the Flyboy, but the MediaREADY 5000 only recognized the Flyboy by the generic name "media/external/sda2." The product also had difficulty detecting the files on the...

Product Specifications

The MediaREADY 5000 combines a suite of popular TV-centric applications for digital media management and communication with an advanced electronic program guide and the ability to record broadcast media on either the unit's internal hard drive or DVD recorder.The MediaREADY 5000 lets users customize viewing by recording shows on a built-in computer hard drive or DVD recorder. Users can access digital media files on the unit's internal drive, any PC or on the same in-home network, connected peripheral devices. In addition, the unit brings On-demand content, E-mail, Internet browser, Games, and MP3/CD/DVD/MPEG-1/MPEG-2/MPEG-4 playback to any connected television.
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