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Sony Wireless Media Player (SMP-N200) Review

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Published on Nov 28, 2011

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The Sony Wireless Media Player SMP-N200 was announced in September and is an upgrade to the Sony SMP-N100 that came out last year. The SMP-N200 is small and streamline, its got a USB port as well as component and HDM-out ports is The SMP-N200 also has DLNA capability which allows users to connect and control a network of devices and enjoy music and videos stored on other devices, including a PC or tablet. In addition to the remote control that is included, a free download of the Sony Media Remote app is available for iOS and Android devices, and gives users the option of using a smartphone to control their SMP-N200 Streaming Player.

When it comes to streaming media over your home wireless network, the SMP-N200 is flawless, it plays every file format we tried it with, Xvid, Divx, H.264, Mpeg, at 720p or 1080p. Plus you have a host of online video streaming that is easily accessible on the system like, Vudu, YouTube, Crackle, and more. The overall interface is easy to use, with a very similar layout as the PS3. It does have a web Browser which I most say is really not worth the time, also navigating the browser can be a pain with the remote or smart phone.

In all the SMP-N200 is an excellent media player and does a fantastic job at streaming media content over Wi-Fi, it is flawless again i can't stress how flawless it is and Sony has done an excellent job here with the Sony Media Player SMP-N200

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