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After the Dune BD Prime 3.0, HDI is back with a new hybrid media centre, the Dune HD Max. The Blu-ray player is still there, the finish a notch better and a 3.5-inch hard drive rack has been added. The perfect solution? Hardware: Blu-ray, screen and hard drive rack Although the old generation (BD Prime 3.0) had a pretty average finish, you have to say that HDI has rectified matters with the HD Max. The casing allies thick rugged matte metal with a nice quality plastic façade in imitation brushed aluminium. The front is broken down into three bits. On the left there's the built-in Blu-ray player. Very quiet during film playback, it is also very rapid for menu loadup of BRs and DVDs, with just 30 to 40 seconds depending on complexity. You'll be able to play shop-bought DVDs and HD disks no prob. You'll need a USB key however for some Blu-rays and BD Live features. Unfortunately, in spite of what you'll pay for this device, this isn't supplied nor very easy to install. In the middle of the façade, the single line VFD display is nice and bright. While it does allow you to browse the menus when the TV is off, it isn't detailed enough - you only get a single line displayed. We prefer the LCD screen on the PopcornHour C-200.