Western Digital Live Plus HD Media Player Does Netflix Too Now


It seems everyone is doing Netflix these days, I don’t see much of a future for the competition do you?  In addition to Netflix you can also use the Live Plus to stream from YouTube, Flickr, Pandora and many other places like CNN and MTV. It’s compatible with both PCs and Macs, and you can stream from them to your TV in HD. Price is $149.99 which is on par with other media players out there.

The onscreen menu brings together all of the users’ available media in an elegant and simple-to-navigate interface, while the network capability enables users to stream movies from PC or Mac® computers, USB storage devices such as My Passport® portable hard drives, My Book® desktop drives, or network-attached storage such as WD’s My Book® World Edition(TM) and WD ShareSpace(TM) to their HDTVs. Compatible with Windows® 7, the WD TV Live Plus HD media player enables the Windows 7 Play To feature so users can initiate and control the streaming of video, music or photos to the media player and home entertainment systems from any Windows 7-based PC on their network.





  WD TV Live Plus HD Media Player
  Features of the WD TV Live Plus HD media player include:
  --  Full-HD 1080p video playback and navigation with the included remote
      control and crisp, animated navigation menus;
  --  Access to thousands of TV episodes and movies to watch instantly for
      any Netflix member with an unlimited subscription;
  --  Wireless ready to support wireless network connection to your home
      network with an optional USB wireless adapter, which is sold
  --  Supports a wide variety of the most popular file formats with no need
      to spend time transcoding;
  --  Play videos, music and photos from the Internet on your big screen TV
      and discover new music with Pandora Internet radio or listen to
      thousands of radio stations via Live365 Internet radio, daily podcasts
      from the MediaFly network including CNN, NBC, MTV, ESPN and other
      online content providers;
  --  Ethernet port for wired or WiFi connection(2) to access files anywhere
      on the network to play movies, music, and photos from any PC or drive
      on a home network;
  --  Turns a USB drive(3) into an HD media player and plays content from
      most popular USB drives, digital cameras, camcorders, and portable
      media players that can be recognized as mass storage devices;
  --  Unlimited media collection, just add more USB drives for more space;
  --  Two USB ports that allow seamless media playback from multiple USB
      drives displayed in a single list and sorted by media type;
  --  Windows 7-compatible Play To feature enables users to stream Windows 7
      computer files to the TV through WD TV Plus HD media player;
  --  Transfer files by copying, moving or deleting files stored on a USB
      drive, a network drive, camcorder, or a camera to the attached USB
      drive using the on-screen menus;
  --  Works with digital cameras, digital video cameras and any other
      digital imaging device that supports Picture Transfer Protocol;
  --  Advanced navigation options including thumbnail and list views, media
      library and search;
  --  Photo viewing to create custom slide shows, zoom and pan and search;
  --  Movie viewing with fast-forward, rewind, pause, zoom and pan, view
      subtitles, and search;
  --  Music playback with fast-forward, rewind, pause, shuffle, repeat and
  --  HDMI® 1.3 port, composite video and component video output(4) for the
      highest quality HDTV or home theater;
  --  SPDIF digital output that sends digital signals to your AV receiver
      for the best surround sound experience; and,
  --  Ultra-compact design to fit easily into a home entertainment center.

  Pricing and Availability

The WD TV Live Plus HD media player is available now at select retailers and online at shopwd.com. Covered by a 1-year limited warranty, the MSRP for WD TV Live Plus HD media player is $149.99 USD.

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