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  • Pivos XIOS DS Media Play

    Pivos XIOS DS Media Play

    CNET Rating5.3

    The XIOS DS Media Play mimics the visual appeal of the Apple TV tied into the excellence of XBMC, but the end result is anything but satisfying. 1

  • Netgear Push2TV HD (PTV2000)

    Netgear Push2TV HD (PTV2000)

    CNET Rating8.0

    Netgear has produced quite the nice little device, and it's a glimpse at the future of wireless video. But the Intel lock-in and bandwidth limitations mean that people will be more likely to just hook laptops up directly with HDMI. 2

  • McTiVia Wi-Fi receiver

    McTiVia Wi-Fi receiver

    CNET Rating8.0
    User Rating10.0

    The McTiVia is a great little device. We'd imagine the market is niche, and the lack of 1080p support really hurts — but we're sure many people will find it handy if they don't want to constantly plug their laptop into their TV. 1

  • Cambridge Audio NP30

    Cambridge Audio NP30

    CNET Rating8.1

    The Cambridge Audio NP30 is a herald of the future of streaming media with wide format support and decent quality sound.

  • Sonos Play:3

    Sonos Play:3

    CNET Rating8.5

    The Sonos Play:3 is an affordable first step into the world of multi-room audio, and sounds better than most iPod docks. 1

  • NaimUniti


    If you're looking for a high-end, all-in-one stereo system, then the NaimUniti is the best, most future-proof model that we've seen. It features astounding build quality, understated design, ease of use and rock solid sound.

  • HTC Media Link

    HTC Media Link

    CNET Rating7.7

    The Media Link impressed us with its simplicity, which, if price isn't a consideration, will serve as a good DLNA media streamer. Just be aware of the alternatives before you commit.

  • Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air

    Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air

    CNET Rating8.5
    User Rating9.0

    If you just want to plonk an iPod in a dock and for it to sound amazing then the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air is fantastic. The other features, however, are hard to use. 2

  • AC Ryan Playon!HD2

    AC Ryan Playon!HD2

    CNET Rating6.2

    The Playon!HD2 is an unusual mix of excellent format support with terrible documentation, serious stability issues and whacky GUI control choices. It's inexpensive, but unless firmware updates can address the control and stability issues, it's a poor choice.

  • FetchTV


    CNET Rating7.0
    User Rating5.4

    The FetchTV is a harbinger of good things to come; it easily integrates free-to-air and IPTV channels and presents them in a fuss-free way. We wish there was more channel variety, though. 11

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