This is somewhat complicated to use at first. It’s not one of those just plug in and start streaming thing.
Basically you have to first plug the media player into your TV and then connect to your wireless network. You then have to go to the site provided and that’s when it gets very complicated. I am still figuring this out as no clear instructions are given.
This stick-style players is about the size of a USB flash-drive. And plugs into your TV’s HDMI port, drawing power either from the TV’s USB port or from an AC wall outlet.
The picture quality will depend on your internet connection as most services actually adjust the signal you get based on the speed of your Internet connection. Also picture quality may initially be poor, but then improve after a minute or so as the service adjusts to the connection speed.
Well mine won’t play without buffering and buffering so I don’t know if it is my internet connection or what.
Also, if you’re connecting to your network via Wi-Fi, make sure your wireless router is up to the required standards.
This streaming media players has a built-in Wi-Fi, and an Ethernet jack for a wired connection to a modem or router. It include a USB port for playing your own media, such as music and photos, through the device