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  1. A very interesting product that streams divx/xvid to tv. It was given a 5 out of 5 in this review: http://www.ehomeupgrade.com/archives/000206.php. The wireless version is going to retail for $199 and the LAN only version will go for $179. I think this is a damn good deal for what it's offering, which includes playing MPEG-1/MPEG-2/MPEG-4/DivX/XVid/WMV/ASF files. If anyone has any additional info, please do post!
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  2. I belive that Kiss have a dvd/mpeg4 player that has an ethernet port and does a similar thing.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000A03LT/ref=sr_aps_electronics_1_2/202-1186119-7911050
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    I got Play@TV about two weeks ago. I have been able to get it to do everything I've wanted, Play my very large collection of MP3 files, display tons of personal photos, and play movies and some AVI files. But files that I converted from MOV files (recorded on my olympus camers) to AVI format have not played. They were converted using the mov2avi descussed at this site. However that being said I still truly like it as it is able to access pc most media files from the living room without me haveing to get off my ars.
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    Originally Posted by elmotheteapot
    I belive that Kiss have a dvd/mpeg4 player that has an ethernet port and does a similar thing.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000A03LT/ref=sr_aps_electronics_1_2/202-1186119-7911050
    The device from Kiss is a dvd/cd player where as the Play@ tv device is a media converter that access PC files (music, vidio, pictures) for viewing/listening on your TV/sterio. Plug it into your home network and brows your PC files, genre, albums from the living room. So far I'm fairly happy. For example: I used to have to creat music cds as an intermediate step in creating casset tapes for my wife in her car. Now I create a Play List and record directly to casset.

    BTW I needed to pay for QuickTime Pro so that could convert Mov file to mpeg4.
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