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NETGEAR's follow-on to its MP101 Digital Music player handles most popular still, music and video formats through wired and wireless connections. Jim Buzbee reports on his sometimes trying experience with the MP115.

ViewSonic recently decided to expand into the home networking space with a line of products aimed at multimedia networking. The WMA100 Media Adapter can play digital audio, video and still image files, but Jim Buzbee found that it took some getting used to the product's way of doing things.

You might think that the Apple AirPort Express is just a high-priced iTunes peripheral. But while you'd be right about the high price, you'd be missing a product that has a lot to offer wireless networkers from both sides of the OS divide.

Networked music adapters can be a less expensive (though not cheap!) alternative to a Media Center PC for getting your digital music files out of the back bedroom office where your computer sits and into your living room where more comfortable listening options await. Scott Sidel takes a look at two products that both get the job done, but take different approaches in getting there.

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