Western Digital WD TV Mini Media Player Video Review - Where's my HD?
Today we are presenting you with a video review of the brand new Western Digital WD TV Mini media player.
Back a few months ago, Western Digital impressed us when it launched its very first media player, the WD TV. It was an affordable device that allowed you to playback HD movies, music and pictures on your display through a USB storage device, such as a pen drive or portable hard drive.
Fast forward a little and Western Digital has just come out with the WD TV Mini. It is a smaller, more portable and cheaper version compared to the WD TV, but it lacks one very important feature - HD support and HDMI output. It does, however, impress in certain areas - especially with 1080i upscaling and a very small size and attractive styling.
Play the video below and find out if this new device from the folks at Western Digital is for you or not!
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