Frys has the LG SP520 Wi-Fi Network HD Media Player for $25 with free in-store pickup only. Features Smart Share, USB 2.0 playback, and built-in Wireless-G.

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    malarrya Ben's cred: 23
    Posted 1:28 pm PST 12/4/12

    Reviews at Amazon are sketchy at best. Sounds like the device has poor wireless and boasts Amazon Prime for which LG no longer has a contract.

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    tristansmimz Ben's cred: 5
    Posted 1:53 pm PST 12/4/12

    Thanks for a clear review 'malarrya'. Is Roku my best bet, if I'm buying these in bulk for Christmas gifts?

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    aspirin99 Ben's cred: 9
    Posted 2:35 pm PST 12/4/12

    When I went to checkout, it reported that it was only available IN STORE and could not ship.

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    Forbidden Ben's cred: 80
    Posted 3:52 pm PST 12/4/12

    Get the AIOS PIVOS media player.
    Best on the market and then install this firmware.
    http://www.pivosforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=434

    Pure bliss...
    Plays every format you throw at it...MKV, MP4, AVI etc etc

    If you dont like the remote with it get a Harmony One
    You wont be dissapointed!
    I have tried every media player out there.

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    musaffa Ben's cred: 23
    Posted 7:42 pm PST 12/4/12

    @tristansmimz
    If you're buying in bulk for gifts try the Sony N200. It supports all the major VOD sites (including Amazon Prime), supports every format of video/audio I've thrown at it, has a fantastic UI that wives and kids can easily use, and it's cheap (40-50 bucks). It's a rock solid unit with a high quality remote. I'm not a huge fan of Sony products but the N100/200 is great. I went through a dozen cord-cutter boxes before settling on that one. I own 3 and have "gifted" 3. Also, it has composite, component, and HDMI outputs so it's still useful to people who have not upgraded their TV yet..

    @Forbidden
    if you're giving these away as gifts the PIVOS is not what you want. It's a geeks dream device but nothing you want to buy for grandma. Not to mention that a Pivos + Harmony One is well over $200... that's a helluva gift.

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    Forbidden Ben's cred: 80
    Posted 9:25 pm PST 12/4/12

    lol @ musaffa

    who the hell said anything about Grandma!?
    feedback on comments are so amusing on bensbargains sometimes Smile

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    iLikeDeals Ben's cred: 26
    Posted 3:46 am PST 12/5/12

    @musaffa, if you are referring to the Sony SMP-N200, it doesn't play every format. I bought one and it doesn't play ISO, FLV and some AVI files. Seagate Theater Plus plays just about everything.

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    musaffa Ben's cred: 23
    Posted 4:39 am PST 12/5/12

    @Deals

    Very true, The Sony unit is not ISO or FLV friendly. Those are not format I often share with family/friends though. MKV, Divx, MP4, and AVCHD are the biggies now days. ISO is a dying container IMO, it's terribly inefficient.
    And you're right, the Seagate Theater boxes are great. They are just a bit cost prohibitive to buy in bulk like the OP mentioned.

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