Get your family and friends together, sit back, and enjoy! Whether it's your own videos, music, and photos or Internet entertainment, you can play it all in the comfort of your living room.
Play YouTube videos, access Facebook, see your photos on Flickr, and watch daily video podcasts from CNN, NBC, MTV, ESPN, and other online content.*
*Availability varies by country. These streaming services may be changed, terminated or interrupted at any time.
WD TV Live Hub supports a wide variety of the most popular file formats including HD camcorder video formats. No need to spend time transcoding.
Select your favourite song, movie or photo slideshow to automatically play when the device is turned on. Perfect for living art on your HDTV or for digital signage.
Load up the high-capacity drive with all your media to create your own media jukebox. In a few clicks, you can play your home movies, share holiday slideshows, and play your music on the big screen and sound system in your living room.
The Ethernet port lets you connect this media player to your home network so you can access and stream video, view photos, and play music from any Mac, PC, and network drive in your house.
You can stream any file on the WD TV Live Hub media centre to a WD TV Live media player or any DLNA/UPnP compatible TV, Blu-ray Disc player, or game console. The system is powerful enough to handle multiple streams so you can stream a movie to your Blu-ray Disc player, while viewing photos on your TV upstairs.
Connect your camcorder or digital camera directly to the media centre and instantly view or archive HD video and photos without a PC.
Copy, move or delete files stored on a USB drive, a network drive, your camcorder, or a camera attached to the media centre using the on-screen menus.
The player automatically synchronises with watched folders so new content from any PC, Mac, or USB storage will be added to the WD TV Live Hub.
The perfect partner for your HDTV. With Full-HD 1080p playback, animated menus, and a programmable remote, the WD TV Live Hub media centre allows you to experience your media at its best. It's compact, it's customisable, and it's just plain cool.
Use the included programmable remote control to make your entertainment choices using our crisp, animated navigation menus. Customise buttons for quick and easy access to your favourite music, photos, videos or menu choices.
This is the real thing; Full-HD 1080p playback. Sit back and enjoy the spectacular picture quality of brilliant high definition video and the crystal-clear sound of digital audio.
Use the on-screen keyboard, an alphanumeric keypad, or attach your wired or wireless USB keyboard for easy text input. Perfect for searching videos on YouTube or updating your status on Facebook.
Supports a wireless network connection to your home network with an optional USB wireless adapter. Or, get the speed you need to stream HD with a WD Livewire powerline AV network kit - it extends your Internet to any room in your home using your electrical plug sockets.
The HDMI port lets you connect to the highest quality HDTV or home theatre. Additional composite (RCA), and component outputs ensure compatibility with virtually all television sets.
The optical audio output sends digital signals to your AV receiver for the best surround sound experience.
Get quick access to all the photos stored on your WD TV Live Hub media center using your iPad, iPhone, iPhone, iPod touch, or Android smartphone. Your photos are private, safe and secure on your home network drive. No need to spend time and money on an online photo service.
Entertainment is happening all around you. Now you can capture every moment of it and send it to your HDTV. Take a photo or video clip with your smartphone or tablet and upload it directly to the built-in hard drive on your WD TV Live Hub media center. When you get home, you have new files waiting for you so you can enjoy them on your HDTV.
The WD TV Live Hub media center can provide access for up to 32 phones or tablets. So you can send photos and videos to a friend through their WD TV Live Hub for immediate enjoyment in the comfort of their own living room while you're out and about.
Show off your entire photo collection, up to 285,000 photos, without taking up tons of space on your smartphone. Download the free app from the Android Market or the Apple iTunes store and make your phone the centre of attention.
WD Photos is compatible with leading Apple mobile devices and the most popular Android smartphones including, but not limited to, the DROID by Motorola, DROID Incredible by HTC, Nexus One, and the HTC EVO 4G. Photos are automatically optimised for perfect viewing on your mobile device.
Show off every detail of your favourite memories without compromise. When viewing your photos with your iPad, you have access to the highest available resolution - 1024 x 768. WD Photos allows for a large cache size on your iPad, so you can access more of your viewed photos even when you're offline. Display your photos vertically or view them horizontally and turn your iPad into the ultimate photo album.
WD Photos offers a variety of features, including:
Best media player ever, but sadly this year (after almost 3yrs service...used every day) it has sadly gone to silicone heaven. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Patrick Seery
it's slow, doesn't load sometimes, poor design, waste of my moneyPublished 6 months ago by Mrs. J. Marvell
This has had the most profound and life-changing effect on me than I could ever imagine. I feel strange attributing this to an inanimate object but it has totally transformed my... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Richard M
This item was purchased as i was unable to get what I wanted on the high street. But it is a good itemPublished 12 months ago by julie
4 month into usage of this product and I really had to state the following:
- HDMI signal output unstable (taking it fresh out of the box was a setup... Read more
This product is awesome, it plays every format i have chucked at it, only thing at fault, some times you have to change sound output manually, would be great if it had auto optionPublished 15 months ago by S. Smith