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December 17, 2004

Review: MCE Extender for XBox (WhiningDog.net)

The WhiningDog.net has a review of Microsoft's MCE Extender for XBox, a cheap way to extend a MCE DVR to another television if you already own an XBox. If you don't, it might be a good back door way of convincing your significant other that an XBox is needed.

Sounds like a good product except for two things I find disappointing:

  • You need to have the software CD inserted in the XBox to run the software, making it a hassle to flip between watching television and watching a DVD on the XBox

  • There is no support for XVID/DIVX, which unfortunately, is the format of choice for most of my video library given it's smaller footprint

That being said, it's not a bad product for $80, including a remote control with a stylish, big green button in the middle of it.

(Hat tip: HTPCNews.com)

Posted on December 17, 2004

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