Linksys By Cisco Wireless Media Centre @ Dabs Was £188 NOW £59.98 @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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Set Your Media Free

Unleash your favorite digital media from your computer. Enjoy home video, family slide shows, Internet radio, digital music and more on any TV around your home, without wires. Or access online resources to download the latest on-demand movies or stream new releases from Showtime, Fox Sports, Nickelodeon and others.
Play It Your Way

Watch, pause, rewind and record live TV (PC-embedded or optional TV tuner required). Enjoy different media in different rooms at the same time: TV in the kitchen, family photos in the den, tunes in the study, and a blockbuster in the living room. All in excellent quality. All at your complete, remote control.
The Speed of Entertainment

The Speed of Entertainment Designed to stream rich, high-definition content, robust dual-band Wireless-N bandwidth keeps content flowing from room to room smoothly, seamlessly, and virtually interruption-free. Requires a PC running Windows Vista® Home Premium or Ultimate.
Take it Easy

Easy installation: just plug into your TV and your home network and youre ready. Elegant, easy-to-navigate menus. A learning remote control combines TV and A/V receiver controls into a single, convenient control solution.

Tech Specs
Model: DMA2100
Wi-Fi Standards: Draft dual band 802.11N, 802.11G, 802.11B (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz)
Security features: WEP, WPA, WPA2
Security key bits: 64, 128, 256
Number of Antennas: 2 antennas for 802.11N-DualBand 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
Audio from Vista PC: PCM Audio, MP3, WMA, WMA-Pro, Dolby Digital AC-3 Audio, MPEG Audio, AAC-LC Stereo via Vista Media Center extension
Video from Vista PC MPEG-1: MPEG-2, WMV9 (Standard and High Definition), VC-1 Advanced Profile 4.0
Pictures from Vista: PC JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF
Manual Language(s): English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Danish
UI Language(s): English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Danish
Ports: HDMI 1, 2, Component Video, Composite Video, S-Video, SPDIF RCA, Stereo, Ethernet 10/100 connector, Power connector, USB port for Service purpose only, 2 Antennas
Buttons, Rear: Reset/Default setting button
LEDs Front: On/Standby
LEDs Rear: Ethernet inlet Connected/Busy
Power Supply: Attached universial (100-240V) Wall Plug Power supply 12V/1.5A DCplug, for exchangable Main Plug clips, for each region

Cables: Component cable 1.5m, Composite Video cable 1.2m, Stereo Audio cable 1.2m, Ethernet cable 2m, Power clip, localized to country of sale

I have the older model dvd with 1080 upscaling and its awsome!
Not sure if this is just as good but gets pretty good reviews on amazon etc...
Cant grumble at price!
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Does this play DIVX from the PC? And does it need software running on the PC for it to work?
Does this play DIVX from the PC? And does it need software running on the PC for it to work?

I'm trying to work that out as well. From my quick google searches it looks as if its a Windows Media Center extender and I think it needs a PC with MCE to to function fully although some people say it can play things off a NAS box. Maybe someone knows more about this device.
Other places list it cheaper, but they seem to be out of stock, or waiting for stock!

There is loads of Info... eg reviews on Amazon:

They work on Vista, but I am under the impression that they work with Windows 7 too... I am a bit put off having to run the system hungry Media Center components though, (meaning leaving on a PC as a server) ultimately I would prefer to use a NAS, although since mine went bust, I haven't replaced it yet!
I wouldn't even bother using wireless, as I would use mains powerline ethernet, but I suppose it will work if you avoid HD files!
Hmm, wouldn't use wireless either. Depends on the interface really, I'm still tempted by the Hisense but that appears to have a crap UI.
not in stock though

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