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  • cjb110 - Thursday, September 06, 2012 - link

    I hope the UI is much improved over their previous offerings. The A-110 was great hardware wise, but its UI was atrocious and ugly has hell. So it wasn't recommendable to anybody but techies that would more likely put up with it. Reply
  • MarkD001 - Saturday, September 08, 2012 - link

    I have an A300 which seems to work quite well, since the latest firmware update. (It was definitely not ready for prime-time previously.)

    Yes, the interface is a little clunky, but it was a lot less expensive than a HTPC. For the price, I'm happy. We use it to play torrented foreign TV shows. My only real complaint would be slow scrolling through hundreds of episodes.
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  • ClueLessNoob - Saturday, November 17, 2012 - link

    "A-300 Blu-ray menu functionality unofficially"

    not sure what you guys are talking about but the A210 already had full BluRay support and it is officially

    @cjb110
    Yes the UI is ugly and sluggish but that's why there is JAMY and wonderful HTML or Flash based themes, if you wonder how that looks like go and youtube like this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYDN8xFhsf0

    @MarkD001
    I have an A210 and I am very happy with it. It is connected via 100mbit Ethernet with an Ubuntu server that provides the media and the Jukebox(s). My wife sees all her favourite shows without any issues so I would say if a ClueLessNoob like me can set this up you guys should be able to as well :) It is not a out-of-the box AppleTV experience but therefore I am not stuck with iTunes.
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