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We have collected 1 reviews of the LG Media Station MS450H. Experts rate LG Media Station MS450H 8/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the LG Media Station MS450H and LG Media streamer.
When we saw the packaging, we were left wondering whether it was a media centre we'd received or a Blu-ray player. The unit is comparable in size to the PopcornHour C-200 and is styled like a standard DVD or Blu-ray disc player. Better still, it's easy on the eye and LG has chosen its materials wisely. But in this case, beauty is only skin deep. The first problem is the one-line external display, which uses VFD technology, which offers less detail than an LCD. It means you can't flip through your content without turning the TV on. It's of little use at all really, and only gives a few pieces of information like the time since you started playing the movie. Things are a little better with the remote control: although we were disappointed to find it felt a little too plastic, we have to admit that the buttons are well laid-out. It has another big strength too: you can use it to control your TV, as long as it appears on LG's list of supported models; it can't learn how to access other models it doesn't already recognise though. Next up is the onscreen interface, which we weren't too pleased with: the homescreen looks good, but LG doesn't seem to have put any work at all into the way you navigate through the menus. The basic options installed by Realtek, which supplies the chip, are all there, but all LG has done is add its own colour scheme.