"Updated Pricing for the win!"5.0 starson by bosnoval
Pros: It's cheap! Small / Silet, has wired or Wireless-N, Netflix plug-in available & has RCA, Component and HDMI connections
Cons: I hear it lacks some popular codecs but for the price I really don't care - Requires Vista Premium or Ultimate to work
Summary: I think CNET should revisit this product as you can now get it as cheap as $40. Dell.com has it as cheap as $69 (Dell sucks so their prices fluctuate widely, up to $119 atm). NewEgg also puts it in their "combo deals" as cheap as $40-$60. I just ordered both a copy of "Windows Vista Premium 64-bit OEM" ($99.99 by itself) and the DMA-2100 ($104 by itself) from NewEgg for $139 /w free shipping.
I certainly had my doubts when the product was $250+ plus how can you beat it now for $40?