Tag Archive: Media Player

Shuttle XH97V with Pentium G3258 Media Player Review

Shuttle XH97V with Pentium G3258 Media Player Review We now have the opportunity to test the XH97V from Shuttle. As its model number denotes, this barebone is based on Intel’s H97 chipset, making it compatible with 4th generation Haswell CPUs (its cooling system can support up to 65 W TDP CPUs). Shuttle advertises it as …

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Pivos XIOS XS Media Player Review

Pivos XIOS XS Media Player Review A little over a year ago we took a look at Pivos’s XIOS DS Media Player. This was Pivos’s first media player and while it was a great machine, it was more of a DIY system as its more or less an Android box that you had to customize …

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Shuttle Fanless Slim-PC DS437T Media Player Review

Shuttle Fanless Slim-PC DS437T Media Player Review Shuttle is one of the few companies today that specializes in manufacturing small-sized barebone PCs that work with a huge range of applications. One of their latest offerings is the DS437T based on a fanless design. Shuttle says it to be designed for use where security is vital, …

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Shuttle XPC Barebone SH87R6 Media Player Review

Shuttle XPC Barebone SH87R6 Media Player Review Shuttle systems are generally known for their compact dimensions, sleek design, and high reliability. Today, we will take a detailed look at the SH87R6 unit using their new R6 chassis. It is equipped with the latest Intel H87 express chipset, which means that you can pick one of …

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Shuttle Fanless Slim-PC DS47 Media Player Review

Shuttle Fanless Slim-PC DS47 Media Player Review Shuttle is a well-known barebone and mini-PC manufacturer with offerings that are among the top for their market, both in quality and performance. One of their newly released models is the DS47 Shuttle describes as an ultra-slim, energy-efficient, full HD signage media player with many I/O ports. Its …

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WD TV Live Digital Media Player Review

Until recently digital multimedia could only be enjoyed on the computer, and with some extra effort it could be shared onto a portable electronic device. But high-definition movies and music are really best enjoyed on a home theater system, with larger screen and powerful speakers. Now that HDTVs and wireless networking are commonplace an era of attached digital media players has begun, and the WD TV Live helps make the transition easy. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the WD TV Live high-definition digital media player, model WDBHG70000NBK-HESN, and we evaluate how well it entertains us.

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