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Philips Streamium SL400i

$300.00 Released November, 2004

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Straightforward setup and installation when used with compatible hardware. High-quality streaming audio and video. Full-screen and slideshow options for JPEG image viewing.

The Cons:Finicky performance with some 802.11b hardware. Incompatible with computer-based Internet firewalls.

The Philips Streamium SL400i is a high-tech, Wi-Fi multimedia streamer/player designed for integrating digital PC media files with an entertainment system. Outfitted with composite-video, S-video, and progressive scan component-video outputs, the SL400i can in fact transmit to both televisions and stereo systems.

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Plus, it can connect directly to a PC either via a conventional Ethernet (Cat5) cable, or through a supplied wireless USB transmitter. Once setup, you can use the SL400i's easy-to-use menus to listen to Internet web stations, watch YouTube videos, look at digital camera pictures, and much more. The Philips Streamium SL400i retails for $299.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.


  • Wi-Fi Multimedia Streamer
  • Television/Stereo Compatibility
  • PC Connectivity via Ethernet/Wi-Fi
  • Included USB Transmitter
  • Infrared Remote Control
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty


  • System Connectivity: Composite, S-Video, Component
  • PC Connectivity: 802.11g/b (USB Transmitter), RJ-45

PC Compatibility

  • Windows 98/98SE
  • Windows 2000/ME
  • Windows XP
  • Mac OS X

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    Straightforward setup and installation when used with compatible hardware

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    High-quality streaming audio and video

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    Full-screen and slideshow options for JPEG image viewing

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    Front-panel LCD permits music selection without having to turn on your TV

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    Includes a wealth of online A/V content

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    Supports music playlist creation

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    Lets you search for next track while still listening to current track

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    Fun, colorful, content-modulated screensavers

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    Finicky performance with some 802.11b hardware

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    Incompatible with computer-based Internet firewalls

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