Asus O! Play Air HD 1080P HDP-R3 Wireless "N" Live Internet Media Streamer £119.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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#1
Does it have youtube?
#2
#3
voted cold, from the specs i cant even see a usb port..
#4
kaku_lala
Does it have youtube?


I'm pretty sure YouTube revoked the use if API access so no, none of these should be able to access YouTube
#5
hornetsam
voted cold, from the specs i cant even see a usb port..


Of course it has...

Thats no reason for cold voting because you're too lazy to do a google search.
#6
hornetsam
voted cold, from the specs i cant even see a usb port..


has USB AND eSATA :thumbsup:

http://i.testfreaks.co.uk/images/products/340x170/221/asus-o-play-air-hdp-r3.6407133.jpg
#7
Not bad, but would personally spend another £10 and buy the acer aspire revo SFPC, probably not much bigger than this and can basically do anyhting you can do on a PC, including watch 1080p media etc and streaming too, just not have the wireless N is all - unless you upgrade the card inside it, but obviously that would void the warranty.... anyway, just my personal choice of the 2. And plus you wouldn't need to stream if you loaded your vids onto the acer revo in the first place or use an external HDD and just plug into this when you wanna watch - has the added bonus that you don't need 2 things on to watch a Tv prog or movie too :)

Didn't vote either way - just sharing an opinion is all. For other people maybe this option is better, just can't see it myself ;)
#8
this is it, but I was waiting for that so long that after researching I bought acer revo 3600.
#9
Quote from PC pro magazine on this model:

'The WD TV Live may lack 802.11n, but add a USB 802.11n dongle for about £20 and you have a media player thats more versatile, more powerful and a touch cheaper to boot. The O!Player can't match that.'


Not read the whole review but might be worth looking into the WD TV Live still.
#10
WDTV at just over £80 inc del has to be a better deal...
#11
+ 1:thumbsup:
paddy.stone
Not bad, but would personally spend another £10 and buy the acer aspire revo SFPC, probably not much bigger than this and can basically do anyhting you can do on a PC, including watch 1080p media etc and streaming too, just not have the wireless N is all - unless you upgrade the card inside it, but obviously that would void the warranty.... anyway, just my personal choice of the 2. And plus you wouldn't need to stream if you loaded your vids onto the acer revo in the first place or use an external HDD and just plug into this when you wanna watch - has the added bonus that you don't need 2 things on to watch a Tv prog or movie too :)

Didn't vote either way - just sharing an opinion is all. For other people maybe this option is better, just can't see it myself ;)

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