Editor's choice media streamers

These media streamers from the last year have been chosen for our Editor's Choice award.

These media streamers from the last year have been chosen for our Editor's Choice award. They're all good products with a wide range of features, and should handle all your digital media sharing needs.

Apple TV (2012)

1. Apple TV (2012)

If you're invested in the Apple ecosystem, the Apple TV is a good product: it's the easiest way to get movies and TV shows from iTunes onto the big screen. Music is a more complex proposition, requiring iTunes Match or ...
Review Date: 9th May, 2012
RRP: $ 109.00
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2. McTiVia media streamer

The McTiVia does a great job when it comes to mirroring the output from your PC or Mac on a big-screen TV. Its 720p resolution means things aren't bit-perfect but the overall quality is good with a fast computer and ...
Review Date: 23rd Sept., 2011
RRP: $ 299.00
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TV Live media streamer

3. WD TV Live media streamer

WD's tiny TV Live media streamer supports a wide range of popular formats and it can play them from directly-connected USB drives or from computers on a local network. It's a device that's easy to use and its remote is ...
Review Date: 22nd March, 2012
RRP: $ 179.00
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Push2TV HD WiDi adapter (PTV2000)

4. Netgear Push2TV HD WiDi adapter (PTV2000)

Netgear's Push2TV HD adapter is an Intel Wireless Display adapter that's useful for turning your TV into a secondary display for your laptop. It makes it easy to watch downloaded videos and Internet streams on your TV, without you having ...
Review Date: 17th April, 2012
RRP: $ 129.00
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TRF-7170 PVR

5. Topfield TRF-7170 PVR

We really like the Topfield TRF-7170 as a recording device. It can record up to four shows through its two HD tuners and its EPG and recording features are very useful. However, its menu interface and media features could use ...
Review Date: 9th March, 2012
RRP: $ 549.00
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