You work hard and deserve to make the most of your time off. One great way to spend your leisure time is with friends and family members enjoying a fabulous new home entertainment center. Here’s the way to build your Home Entertainment Center with WD TV Media Player.

WD TV Devices Brief Overview

The WD TV is a consumer device produced by Western Digital that allows users to watch videos, as well as view images and listen to music from USB drives. It is capable of playing High-definition video through an HDMI port, in addition to standard video through composite cables. It can play most common video and audio formats.

WD TV Devices Come in Six Models

WD TV (1st Gen, no longer selling) - In November 2008 Western Digital introduced the 1st Gen WD TV, with full HD 1080p multimedia player with DTS pass-through only.

WD TV (2nd Gen, no longer selling) - Updated device with 2-channel DTS support.

WD TV Mini (no longer selling) - Released in Fall2009, it was a Media Player with DVD quality, upscales to 1080i, Plays back RealVideo and many other popular file formats with no need for transcoding, but lacks the ability to play H.264 encoded video.

WD TV Live –Released in Fall2009 with Full HD 1080p resolution. An updated device with 2-channel DTS, streaming and network support, which comes in the form of an Ethernet port on the back. WD TV Live is compatible with certain wireless USB adapters. It allows connecting to internet sites: YouTube, Flickr, Live365, Pandora, Mediafly, Flingo, AccuWeather, Facebook or streaming content from a home network.

WD TV Live Plus - Released early in 2010 and having all the features of the WD TV Live along with Netflix streaming support.

WD TV Live Hub - Released in Fall2010, this is the latest WD TV Live device and has an internal 1TB storage disk.

What can WD TV devices do for you?

-Play HD movies or user-generated videos

-Listen to high-quality digital music

-Show high-resolution slideshows of your family photos

-Stream entertainment to every corner of your home from a home network.