If you love iPlayer and you've also got a Popcorn Hour media streamer, it's your luckiest of lucky days. Prepare for the pure awesomeness of iPlayer on your Popcorn Hour.
It's always a delight to see a new Popcorn Hour media streamer, and we're very excited indeed by the A-210. This sleek, powerful box promises a great deal of awesome. Let's have a look.
The Popcorn Hour C-300 has excellent video file format support and allows you to browse through your video files by poster art. But its line-up of smart apps is relatively poor, it has buggy software and it costs way too much.
Typical price: £350.00
We love the Popcorn Hour and the new C-200 has the option to accept a Blu-ray drive -- a very smart piece of set-top box convergence. Here's how you plug one in
The Popcorn Hour C-200 is possibly one of the most exciting things we've ever put our sweaty hands on, in large part due to its ability to play both downloaded media and Blu-ray discs
The Popcorn Hour media streamers are among our favourite devices in the whole world. Now there's a new model and it adds Blu-ray support to an already outstanding feature set
Popcorn Hour media players never fail to win our respect. Comprehensive media playback, a comparatively simple user interface and well-built hardware make them easy to love. The A-210 doesn't move the game on much, but it's accomplished at what it does and we'd spend our own money on one in a heartbeat.
Typical price: £125.00
Want to know how to get your media about the house? There are quite a few options available, so long as you've already got a network in place.
If you're looking for a home cinema PC that can decode virtually every format, is quiet as a mouse and has a pretty decent price, we might have the very thing
The A-110 landed Tuesday, and once again our salivary glands started pumping so hard we had to be careful not to allow any seepage.