Watch your home HDTV content on any PC, Mac, iPad, or smartphone with a decent broadband hookup.
Control with a virtual remote.
Excellent video quality for "on the fly" encoding.
Ability to time shift/record live TV.
Can only stream analog output from your settop box.
No 5.1 or 7.1 audio support.
Remote control suffers from serious lag.
Limited DVR functionality.
No Web site access functionality unlike Sling..
The Electronic Programming Guide isn't always reliable and we had the beta Mac version of the system's player crash on us a few times.
We also wish it had HDMI ports.
Per-mobile-client cost, only one client at a time can connect to the Flow.
By Macworld on July 11, 2011
Overall, I enjoyed watching my TV remotely using the Flow and various software players. The quality was better than I’d experienced with older versions, and I particularly liked being able to access my DVR recordings and on-demand content, since...80
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on July 07, 2011
For about $100, with no service charges, the Vulkano Flow lets you watch pretty good versions of any live, recorded, or on-demand show you could watch at home--from any PC, Mac, iPad, or smartphone with a decent broadband connection, regardless of...-
By TechRadar on April 23, 2011
While Sky enables you to watch some of its channels through Sky Player online TV service, it's not the norm to have that sort of flexibility from your home TV provider. In the connected world, this seems somewhat anachronistic, but then the SlingBox...40
By cnet on March 31, 2011
While the experience isn't as polished as the Slingbox, the Vulkano Flow offers an impressive amount of streaming and recording features at an unbeatable price...68
By The Gadgeteer on March 25, 2011
The Monsoon Multimedia Vulkano Flow is the latest version of the Vulkano product line, and represents a simplification of the feature set to focus on “place shifting” (streaming) of live television while greatly simplifying the setup of the...-