Popcorn Hour C-300 USB2



Popcorn Hour C-300 USB2

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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...


The Popcorn Hour C-300 is still the king of media players. It's a little costly, but the Blu-ray abilities and its remarkable picture quality and massive support for almost all kinds of video mark it out as the videophile's choice. As with past...

By Pocket-lint on

A great piece of kit for AV enthusiasts looking for an expandable and adaptable streamer that can ultimately double as a Blu-ray player, the Popcorn Hour C-300 requires some careful choices to be made. However, it lacks Wi-Fi, must-have apps and a...

By TechRadar on

The Popcorn Hour C-300 has a great deal to offer but don't expect it to be perfect out of the box. You'll need to add your own hard drive, Blu-ray drive and even Wi-Fi dongle to get it up to its full capability. But if you're happy to use...

By Wired UK on

We like the hybrid concept but it works out too expensive for most. The addition of the colour LCD screen doesn’t as yet add much to what you get with the C-200. From a purely technical point of view, this is a very good piece of hardware and this...

By DigitalVersus on

Easy-access 3.5in drive bay Wide video and audio codec support LAN port On-body display App store Popcorn Hour is one of the biggest names in media boxes, made for those with gigantic collections of downloaded movies and TV shows. Yes, they’re...

By Trusted Reviews on

Un concept hybride intéressant mais qui limite son utilisation aux plus fortunés. L'ajout d'un écran LCD couleur par rapport au C-200 reste, pour l'instant, totalement anecdotique. D'un point de vue purement technique, il...

International Review By Les Numériques on