The WD TV can be placed on a network via an unofficial firmware upgrade available from B-RAD. The souped-up firmware apparently allows one to plug USB ethernet sticks (I've had one of those lying around in my desk drawer for years) into the WD TV and mounts its connected drive(s) onto the network -- among … Continue reading Can the WD TV be networkable with firmware upgrade?
There's a firmware update available for the WD TV. It's version 1.01, and you can download it and install it right now from the WD website. A lot of issues were resolved. The complete list is available in the release notes. Here's a summary of the salient points: Now you can update the firmware when … Continue reading Firmware update available for WD TV
The WD TV is my favorite media player (I think it's better than the Apple TV), and since I also love the Drobo, I wanted to combine the two and have the ultimate media entertainment center: a Drobo packed full of videos, photos and music, connected to a WD TV, which is connected to a … Continue reading How to use a Drobo with the WD TV
WD has put a new device on the market, and it's called the WD TV HD Media Player. It's a small box that can connect to a TV via HDMI or Composite output cables, and can take most USB external hard drives as input (it should even read USB flash drives as long as they're … Continue reading WD TV is better than Apple TV