Thanks for the comments, I don't think that the New WD Digital media player will come with e-Sata port and I believe that's a good feature from Asus, Am I wrong? Also on regards Brite-view CinemaTube, don't get me wrong, but who cares about streaming video on a media player box like that? Maybe there are a lot of people out there wanting this feature, but if you have a computer and you can type with a normal keyboard, then why in the world people will like to see stream video in a media player box like that? because they want to see that in the t.v.? it should be a pain in the butt to search fast, I can not imagine trying to search stream videos from those boxes very slow, these boxes are not mean to replace computers, so I will not replace my computer to search and find some videos very quickly instead to do it very slow with those kind of media player boxes out there, I don't know about you, but I think that we just want something easy to watch our videos / movies without converting and in a good quality resolution, that's it!
I can not imagine converting from DTS downmix to AC3 to watch movies the aim of everything is lost doing that kind of conversion.
What could be the benefit from WD Media player against the Asus that's my question?,
Is there any benefit? support? I did not see any support when many people was begging for the DTS Downmix, WD answered that it will not be released for license stuff, so they are being greedy to get a new version and earn more $$$$ to give the DTS downmix feature, actually I see this like a drawback compared to ASUS O!Play when asus device out of the box plays DTS downmix that's what most of the .MKV files out there have and many people like us we don't want to buy an Onkyo or a good one receiver to heard just on normal HDMI TV.
We are looking here affordability, performance and functionability and support for me is very important for just the price of $ 99.99.
So more pros and cons, advantages or disavantages comparing the rest of the media players with ASUS O!Play?
Here is a great link for people interested in the Asus player to know how it looks likeASUS O!Play Part 1ASUS O!Play Part 2