Review: Pros and Cons of PCH NMT C-200

Although Popcorn Hour’s C-200 Network Media Tank was released in September last year, its initial firmware was a little patchy. Let’s see how it performs now it’s had ample time to bed in…

Price: $299 / £204
Processor: 667MHz  SMP8643 processor
Memory: 512MB DDR /256MB NAND Flash
Dimensions: 425 x 290 x 80mm
Weight: 3.7kg
LCD display: 192 x 64
Connectivity: HDMI, component, S-Video, composite,S/PDIF, coaxial, Gigabit ethernet
Expansion: miniPCI MII slot, 5xUSB2.0 (inc. 1 internal), 2xSATA
Website: Popcorn Hour

Popcorn Hour devices are well known to support among the widest range of file types and feature the most impressive array of extra-curricular features
It’s not the quietest NMT on the market with a hard drive installed and the front panel LCD suffers with low contrast making it hard to read at a meaningful distance

The Popcorn Hour C-200 represents the company’s most advanced Network Media Tank (NMT) to date. For those not familiar with the relatively young company (that opened for business in 2001 as a middleware provider for the likes of Netgear, HP and D-Link before launching the Popcorn Hour consumer brand just three years ago) the biggest draw is the promise that their devices will play pretty much anything you can throw at them.

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One Response to Review: Pros and Cons of PCH NMT C-200

  1. This is all very new to me and also this write-up really opened my eyes.Thanks for sharing with us your wisdom.

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