Sony SMP-N100 - Internet TV & DLNA Media Sharing Network Media Player - £99.99 Delivered @ Play
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Sony SMP-N100 - Internet TV & DLNA Media Sharing Network Media Player - £99.99 Delivered @ Play

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Found 17th Feb 2011
Wirelessly stream movies, TV episodes, videos and music from Netflix®, YouTube, Pandora®, and more with the SMP-N100 network media player featuring built-in Wi-Fi. Enjoy your digital content in up to Full HD 1080p when you connect a USB drive or wirelessly stream it over your home network using your PC or other DLNA compliant device. You can even download the free "BD remote" app to turn your iPhone®, iPod touch®, or compatible Android phone into a versatile remote control.

There's always something on. Using your home broadband internet connection, you can instantly experience a world of online entertainment and stream movies, TV shows, videos and music from huge selection of entertainment apps including Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, Hulu Plus and many more. Turn your iPhone, iPod touch, Sony Ericson Xperia X10 or any Android phone into a versatile remote control with keyboard. Download the free "BD remote" app and access movie info, search entertainment topics and more.

Connect to the internet without extra cables. Equipped with integrated Wi-Fi®, this network media player lets you to easily connect to your home's wireless broadband network and wirelessly stream content from a large selection of entertainment apps.

7 Comments

my blu ray player does this + I can use it for blu rays!

Agreed, it seems to have all the features of my Sony BDPS370 Blu-ray player but without the ability to play Blu-rays and yet at the same price. It does however feature built-in Wi-Fi, which aligns it more closely with the Apple TV and other Wi-Fi media players, seems like quite a high price though possibly a good option as it has the excellent BBC iPlayer built-in.

is NetFlix & Hulu available in UK - I thought they were just available for the US

Just read the reviews that say this doesn't support ITV player or Channel4 OnDemand
Edited by: "razam" 17th Feb 2011

ramtec

my blu ray player does this + I can use it for blu rays!


Which Blu-Ray player do you have? And for how much? I'm looking for one you see.

am tempted by this, seems to do what most other media players can, its just the built in wifi that is handy. also looks pretty good.

sony.co.uk/pro…100 "DLNA (Client) YES (music only)", in other words this only plays your existing videos via USB - Well done Sony, great job making an otherwise pretty good looking device absolutely f'ing useless.

Does this play divx/mkv files? Is this equivalent to WDTV Live and such?
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