X-oom Media Center For Nintendo Wii Review

Posted: Nov 11 2008, 4:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:34am CDT, in News | Review Ticker


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OCModShop tested the X-oom Media Center for Nintendo Wii. X-oom Media Center allows you to get access to your videos and music stored on your PC through your Wii on your TV. You just need the Wii Browser installed on the Wii console and run the X-oom software on a PC on your network.
Quote from the review: "Digital videos and photos are no longer in the realm of the geek. Nowadays even the average person has a large collection of digital music, movies, and videos... and these are usually located on the family computer. What if you want to watch your movies or share your latest vacation photos in your living room? Not everyone has a fancy media server or Media Center PC (in addition to the Media Center Extenders). So, what do you do? The Wii is one of the most popular consoles today, partially due to its very inexpensive price point. If you have one of these small electronic units, then you can easily transform it into a central entertainment device. With X-oom's Media Center Extender for Wii XE, you can view photo slideshows, listen to internet radio and MP3s, watch YouTube, and watch pre-recorded movies and TV shows in just about any popular format."
Read the full review on OCModShop.

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