Western Digital Live 1080p Internet Media Streamer Television @ £93.70 - Amazon Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest deal I could find for a great piece of kit!!!

Manufacturer's Description
HD video, photos, and music - they're on your computer, your USB drives, and the Internet. Now it's easy to play a whole world of Full-HD, 1080p media on your TV with the WD TV Live network-ready HD media player.

Product Description
Western Digital TV Live Media Player

Technical Details
Product Description: WD TV Live WDBAAP0000NBK - digital multimedia receiver
Product Type: Digital multimedia receiver
Dimensions (WxDxH): 12.6 cm x 10 cm x 4 cm
Weight: 303 g
Localisation: Middle East, Africa, Europe
Digital Player (Recorder): Digital player
Audio: Stereo
Remote Control: Remote control
Power: AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty

If you don't prefer the Live, there's always this deal:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/610447/western-digital-tv-hd-1080p-media-p
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#1
can a ps3 do everything this does?
#2
Teqnophile
can a ps3 do everything this does?


Nope. It cannot play films quietly or play mkv films without the use of a computer.
#3
I have read that, no it can't. I think it was an NTFS issue.

There are three versions of the WDTV.

This one [Live] which has a newer chipset which is faster and includes onboard DTS decoding and networking.

WDTV [which is now on version 2] which has the same updated chipset but no networking.

WDTV Mini which is quite a bit inferior and 'only' does 1080i output.

The best deal IMHO is the 'vanilla' WDTV, unless you need networking.

Price seems to continually vary on all these models, though I have to say that I think this is the cheapest I've seen for the Live [not that great a reduction really, as it always was just under £100]
#4
Teqnophile
can a ps3 do everything this does?


Good question. I spent ages working out whether to get a PS3 or one of these things. I don't play a lot of games to be honest.

However, I bought the PS3 as the 250gig hard drive now has around 60 films on it and several hundred albums.

Downside - no MKV. You will have to stream these via the PS3 server or use MKV2VOB first.
No flac - only MP3's. Again, you have to use the server but this is very easy to do.

Oh - and I now play a lot of games :(
#5
Cheapest I've seen this since it was launched. I bought one in January, it's an excellent piece of kit. Plays everything flawlessly, streams 720p MKV from my laptop very nicely too. It's been very stable, no issues, you can't go wrong tbh.
#6
People still voting this cold... not sure why??? Is there any other cheaper/better alternative?
#7
Teqnophile
can a ps3 do everything this does?


I stream movies via a dell Inspiron 1750 to my PS/3 and it works flawlessly through Vuze - but alas, not all file formats are supported.

Depends on how serious you are about movies I suppose.
#8
satnamd
People still voting this cold... not sure why??? Is there any other cheaper/better alternative?


I voted hot cos I've got one and know it's good. There are many alternatives like the xtreamer and others but support is lacking. I spent around 10 hours in January reading about all the alternatives and the wd tv live came out tops on media format support but most importantly firmware support and development.
#9
These burn a LOT less leccy than a PS3 too.
#10
Seems to be only £91.99 at Dell (inc VAT and shipping). Presumably there is also some Quidco to be had.

PS - Actually shaved off £3 from that, through a link in the Vouchers section, and then another 3% Quidco off that, so all in all quite a good deal.
#11
FF99
Seems to be only £91.99 at Dell (inc VAT and shipping). Presumably there is also some Quidco to be had.

PS - Actually shaved off £3 from that, through a link in the Vouchers section, and then another 3% Quidco off that, so all in all quite a good deal.


Where, canny see it on the Dell webbie?
1 Like #12
WalterSmith
Where, canny see it on the Dell webbie?


http://search.euro.dell.com/results.aspx?s=dhs&c=uk&l=en&cs=ukdhs1&category_id=2999&k=wd+tv+live&cat=snp&x=0&y=0

Makes this deal cold now, lol.
#13


Thanks.

Kind of ironic that it makes this deal cold, perhaps the OP can add this to the deal?

Where is the voucher, as I'm going to buy this. Sick of my boy borrowing my MK1 box which I have in my Home Cinema system and then getting no sound from my DTS movies (as he connects via HDMIt o his TV).

I know there is a V2 but worth another £20 for the internet functionality I reckon.

I have started a rival thread (sorry OP) as I managed to order the WDTV LIVE from the Dell webbie for £82.79 delivered using a 10% off code. Quidco too.
#15


Its cheaper everywhere even taking the 20% discount into account. plus there's a shipping charge too. £120 + delivery on the WD site so that voucher is meaningless.

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