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Introduction

Figure 1: Hauppauge MediaMVP

At a Glance
Product Hauppauge MediaMVP
Summary Networked media player with limited format support
Pros • Low cost
• Easy Setup
Cons • Limited number of media formats
• Does not work with UPnP AV servers
• Windows XP / 2000 only

As a fan of home networking, I tend to have many little devices hooked up to my LAN. Along with the standard switches, routers and access points, I have a couple of networked printers, an embarrassing number of computers, a collection of network attached storage (NAS) devices and several network multimedia players. My NAS devices are heavily used for storage of videos, pictures and music that I can play back on the multimedia boxes.

In this review, I'll take a look at another low-cost network multimedia device that I could use to play my content, the Hauppauge MediaMVP.

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