The Samsung Optical SmartHub has a wireless router built-in, so you can set it up as your primary access point and use it to serve media up from an external hard drive (there's no internal storage). If you use Samsung's AllShare Play, you can access your content anywhere you can get online, not just across a local network, so this makes for an ideal media streamer if you don't want to leave your computer running constantly.
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What You Need To Know
- There's also an 8X DVD burner (but no Blu-ray support), so you can drop a disc in and access it from anywhere on your Wi-Fi network through devices like laptops, tablets, or smartphones
Looking around my living room and office, I’m stuck between technologies: I’ve got lots of movies and music on my computer, but far more on various CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, and the occasional cassette tape. I’ve got a different gadget for playing each thing, and no easy way to consolidate everything. The smartest solution to this problem is to digitize everything, but the easiest solution is to buy the Samsung Optical Smart Hub (SE-208BW).
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|Supported disc format(s)
||CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, DVD±R, DVD±RW
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