Ok..Personally, In my humble opinion. All NMT's had their strong points and weak points. Measy NMT for me is simplicity in design with almost complete output you ever need (RGB, RCA, HDMI, Optical, Coaxial). Also, 2 slots for USB input.
One important factor also is..it support internal 3.5" SATA hard drive up to 2TB capacity. This way, I wont be needing another power source to boot up an external hard drive. Well, the 2 USB input slot also can have for additional HD when needed. ALso, 3.5" SATA Hard Drive is Cheaper than 2.5" HD and had a bigger capacity available than the 2.5".
A Ventilation at the back of the unit also is important. I've tested 3 days without turning off the unit and it is still work well.
Regarding Chipset...my honest opinion. SIgma is the number 1 and maybe Realtec is the number 2. So sigma is like a ACCORD..While Realtec maybe a CIVIC. Measy uses a Realtec Chipset. So you will notice the price for a Sigma Chipset player (Popcorn Hour, WDTV, Egreat, etc.) might be higher than Realtec. So in the Realtec Chipset category like Xtreamer, Med8er, Measy. Value for Money wise is the Measy Player.
Software side I think almost the same. Ofcourse direct BT is a plus for an NMT. And some Measy customer like MAV14 had been able to direct BT download in the unit. But I personally haven't done it yet. So I don't market it as BT direct downloader.
ah...Well, this is for now that I can compare Measy with other NMT. If I had any wrong comparison or comment. Kindly inform me.
Thanks! and God Bless!
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(this site helps a LOT).