Supports 1080p video.
Lots of streaming services, including Vudu.
Built-in wireless adapter.
Clunky menu system.
Remote isn't very responsive.
No USB ports.
No analog outputs.
Can't access media stored on your own network.
No expansion port and users can only connect the device to a TV via an HDMI cable.
By soundandvision.com on May 09, 2012
The greatest asset to this player is Vudu; it would be all the excuse I'd need to overlook some of its flaws. The icing on the cake is there is an extensive array of other fun, informative, and social content to work your way through on the player....83
By PC Mag on March 23, 2012
Netgear's NTV200 is a $50 Netflix-and-other-video-services box for your HDTV, but its interface isn't as polished as those you'll find on Apple TV or Roku boxes....70
By technologytell.com on March 21, 2012
The device itself is very small (4.4 in x 4.4 in x 0.94 in) and in a world of blinding LED indicator lights, dare I say the blue dot on this one is just right. It is finished in everyone's favorite fingerprint-and-dust-attracting gloss black, but...-
By Maximum PC on January 19, 2012
Craving a spot at the commercial online media buffet, but not at all interested in ripping your own media? Netgear has just the right dish. The NeoTV taps your broadband connection to serve up Netflix, Vudu, Pandora, YouTube, Picasa, and plenty of...80
By Missing Remote on October 25, 2011
Offering seamless setup, HDMI CEC, WiFi and Ethernet networking, and a good selection of IP content including Netflix and VUDU at a very competitive price; the NETGEAR NTV200 is a serious contender for bringing over the top media to your home theater....-
By cnet on October 13, 2011
While it's a capable streamer the lack of any expandable memory and its limited connectivity really limit its universal appeal. It's also priced too high compared to the most recent Roku...60