Western Digital WD TV Live Hub 1TB

Western Digital WD TV Live Hub 1TB

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    • Western Digital WD TV Live Hub 1TB Full HD 1080P Network Ready Media Player [WDBACA0010BBK-AESN] (WDBACA0010BBKAESN)

    • $197.47
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  • Shopbot Review
  • 4.1 / 5
    • The good:
      Portable, Versatile
    • The bad:
      Not that intricately designed
    The Western Digital WD TV Live Hub 1TB is a media server and streamer that supports up to 1080p video playback, has a nice onscreen interface, and allows users to stream an array of audio and visual services as well as a variety of internet services. Those services include Pandora, Netflix, YouTube and a lot of others which are all connected through the Ethernet connection. It has an impeccably attractive onscreen interface. It has a good High-Def video quality on channels and has an outstanding programming that supports it. It supports an enormous number of different video codecs, storage drives, and a number of networked drives that are capable of streaming contents to the game consoles of the Personal Computer on your home network. But then again, when it comes to its quality, even other cheaper players such as the Blu-ray are offering a lot of different home streaming options and Internet-viewing and disc playback. It also has the abundant advanced options for the customer’s satisfaction. However, it is recommended that there is a professional to help the user exploit fully the product. The Live Hub 1TB is far more expensive than other brands such as the Apple TV or Roku. Those experts who want to view their videos, and other High-Definition Television programs on an organized way, and has a lot of existing files they want to manage, will surely find the Western Digital WD TV Live Hub 1TB a lot of fun and help. The style and sophistication of the Western Digital is not over the top at all. It boasts in its simplicity as it gives people the simplistic approach on blockbuster apps such as Facebook, Twitter or Google. In the mean time, that simplistic vibe seems to vanish as you drill down to the folders detailed organizers. It feels like the customary decorations and elegance disappear as it is not that creative individually. The developers of the hub may have forgotten that first impressions last and that more than anything, the most important thing is how it presents itself. So, yeah, maybe better luck next time.