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VLC tops our Media Player Survey

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: October 27, 2008

More than a third of the respondents in the last poll agreed that VLC is the most preferred media player. Windows Media Player came in at a close second. What's actually more interesting is that the other third of those who sent in their feedback had other media players in mind. That's on top of the 8 choices I put up. There were media players recommended that I've only heard of the first time -- GOM player and KM player. Interestingly enough, there were quite a number of people who are still loyal to Media Player Classic.

Samsung outs Galaxy Player 5.8

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: August 27, 2012

Samsung already has a number of Galaxy Player devices in the market but that did not stop them from creating another one. This time, it's even bigger with the Samsung Galaxy Player 5.8. Details are still a bit sketchy but some info like the resolution (960x540 pixels), 2500mAh battery, 16/32GB internal storage, microSD slot, front-facing VGA camera, and Android 4.0 with TouchWiz UI are known. It will also have WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and 1GB RAM. The Galaxy Player 5.8 is the 5th and largest among Samsung's Galaxy Player line-up (Galaxy Player 4, Galaxy Player 5, Galaxy Player 4.2, and Galaxy…

Poll: What’s your preferred video player?

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: October 6, 2008

I was watching the new TV series (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) on my MSI Wind and was trying out several video players I installed earlier just to check which one will efficiently play them. Was wondering what do others use to play their videos, hence the poll. There aren't much of them today that I can think of. Back in the 90's, Xing MPEG Player was a personal favorite. How about now? Which video player do you often use? Windows Media Player DivX VLC Real Player iTunes/QuickTime PowerDVD WinAmp WinDVD Media Player Classic Please do send your feedback on…

Very First MP3 Player Turns 10

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: March 19, 2008

Before there were iPods, there were MP3 players. The very first one was launched this Month on CeBIT in 1998. The iPod on the other hand, is just barely 7 years old. The MPMan F10 has a whooping 32MB of flash memory when it first went out in public. Produced by Korea's Saehan Information Systems, this very first MP3 player went on sale at just $250 a pop. Then Rio followed suit with their PMP300. Apple was late by 3 years but it revolutionized how people consumed digital music. The rest, they say is history. Back in 2003, a friend…

HDX 1000 Networked Media Tank Player

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: April 30, 2009

Another favorite in the networked media player market is the HDX 1000. A relative of the Popcorn Hour (similar hardware platform created by Syabas), the HDX 1000 comes in a black brushed-metal chassis that houses a terabyte of photos, music and hidef videos. Just got the demo unit yesterday and I'm testing it out on my new 42" Toshiba Regza LCD TV. Aside form the pretty packaging, the menu/interface of the HDX 1000 seemed more responsive compared to the Popcorn Hour I tried a year ago. They even have the same wireless remote control. Will have to go thru a…

Sony Walkman S730 Music Player

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: October 25, 2008

One of the cutest mp3 players I've seen during the CEL Manila is this slim Sony Walkman NWZ-S730F . Really nice metallic finish. It has some potential but lacks some expected features. With a 2" 320x240 pixel display that's similar to the iPod Nano, the S730 boasts a 8GB or 16GB capacity. It's also very slim at 7.5mm. But alas, that's all there is to it. Costs $140 for the 8GB and $180 for the 16GB. Local price available yet. For just a music player, I think the Sony Walkman S730 is a bit expensive.

Our Noontec HD Media Player Winner

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: October 24, 2011

Thanks to all those who joined in our little giveaway for the Noontec HD Media Player. We got over 300 submissions and one lucky winner gets to bring home this cool Noontec MovieHome V8 NAS. Check out below who's the lucky person this week. Congrats to Ranny Gutierrez for winning the media player. Your Noontec HD Media Player is waiting for you (there's no built-in HDD so you have to get one for it or just attached an external storage via USB). Please email me your complete name and contact number for instructions on how to pick up your prize.

Xtreamer Media Player & Streamer

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: November 23, 2009

We got our hands on another networked media player -- the Xtreamer Media Player and Streamer, a small and portable media player. Unlike the other popular media players out there, the Xtreamer uses the smaller 2.5" portable HDD which makes for the smaller form factor. You need to buy and install the HDD separately. There's not a lot of ports at the back but I think it's just enough -- an HDMI, 2 USB, Composite, USB Host (for WiFi 802.11 N), Ethernet 10/100, and Analog/Digital Audio. The unit can play audio, photo and videos up to 1080p. The Xtreamer supports…

Top 5 Media Player Apps for Android

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: February 11, 2015

Stock media players suck. That's why when you setup your Android device for the first time, one of the first apps you download from the Play Store is a good media player. There are lots of good media players out there but if you try want what we think are the best then read our Top 5 Media Player Apps for Android smartphones and tablets. MX Player MX Player has been our standard video player for our Android devices. It has clean, straight forward layout and wide support for different video files and CPU types. MX Player is a light…

Google introduces the Asus Nexus Player

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: October 16, 2014

Along with the launch of Android Lollipop and the Nexus 6 and 9, Google also launched an entertainment device what it calls the Nexus Player made by Taiwanese electronic giant Asus. With the Google Nexus Player, the internet search giant aims to create an effortless and seamless Android entertainment experience on television, all with apps, video streaming, games, and movie content directly from the Play Store. As a treat, Google Nexus Player will also have a joystick for games, and a remote control with voice control function.  To be able to use the device, one must have a TV with HDMI input…