Watch Video Files In HD

Okay, so you're fond of downloading movies and video files. Personally, I'm currently into collecting TV Series' episodes. Presently, I'm up to date with Prison Break, Heroes, Chuck, Knight Rider, Fringe and The Mentalist. I just play it from my PC and view it from my 19" Samsung LCD monitor.

But, wouldn't it be nice to view all those videos in all its HD glory from your 32" (or plus plus) widescreen home theater? Do you still have to convert those mostly DivX files to a DVD or Blu-ray compatible video format? No need. Stream those files straight from your hard drive (or USB flash disk) to your HDTV via the Western Digital TV HD Media Player.

The WD TV HD Media Player allows you to watch your favorite HD movies on your TV. How? It enables you to plug in your USB storage or USB hard drive and play back multimedia clips up to 1080p on your HDTV via the HDMI or composite outputs. The 1.6- x 4.9- x 3.9-inch box comes with a remote control and is priced at an affordable $99.99.


Calv said...

erhm most of the downloaded videos are compressed to i doubt if it would give you HD quality to maximize your HD LCD. correct me if im wrong though.

Jay said...

compression is irrelevant. as long as it has a 16:9 aspect ratio and encoded with either a 720p, 1080i or 1080p type resolution, then it's HD. the US TV series that I download are all in HD.