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ViewSonic Media Adapter

ViewSonic Media Adapter (WMA100)
Summary Networked media player connecting via Ethernet or 802.11b/g. Supports many audio, video and still image formats.
Update None
Pros • Small size
• Supports many different media formats
• 802.11g support with WEP and WPA
Cons • Buggy user interface
• Spotty MP3 tag parsing
• Windows XP / 2000 only
• Slow Internet Radio startup

When I was offered the chance to check out the new ViewSonic WMA100 Media adapter, I looked forward to trying it out. I've been playing around with some networked audio devices, but had not had a chance to try out a device designed to handle video and still images in addition to audio. Since the size of my digital video and picture collection dwarfs the size of my audio collection, I thought this little network device might help me get a handle on it or at least give me an easy way to navigate and enjoy my growing collection.

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