Monday, March 30, 2009

How to Enjoy your Downloaded HD Videos

Are you presently stumping how you will get a thrill out of your downloaded high-def videos in MKV, AVC, H.264, AVI, WMV, and MPEG 4 video container formats?

Assuming this is your dilemma at the moment, don’t fret anymore my buddy because I found a dirt cheap way to get a load of 1080p movies via an inexpensive (130 bucks) HD media player.

Honestly speaking, I find this kind of media player a bargain against snatching up a blu-ray player which will cost you an arm and a leg to play your HD movies.

Actually, I’m batting about a compact WD TV HD Media Player which is absolutely a perfect add-on for your wafer-thin HDTV at home.

On top of that, the WD TV HD Media player’s memory can be bump up by using a 16GB USB Stick and an external HDD to accommodate a plethora of media files.