D-Link Announces MovieNite


D-Link added another option to the over the top (OTT) media streamer market today with the just released “MovieNite”. While the name isn’t that interesting, features like 1080p, VUDU and Netflix coupled with a price of $60 are. The PR (available after the click) doesn’t mention if Netflix is the full fidelity experience (5.1 + subtitles) so we’ll have to wait for some proper reviews to find out where the device ends up in what is becoming a crowded market.

New D-Link® MovieNite™ Streaming Media Player

Now Available in Walmart Stores Nationwide


Sub-$60 MovieNite™ Supports full 1080p HD and Instant Access to Movies, Music,

Photos and More from VUDU®, Netflix®, Pandora®, Picasa® and YouTube®


FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. – April 10, 2012 – D-Link today unveiled its newest addition to its entertainment product line – the MovieNite™ streaming media player (DSM-310)  delivering instant access to an unlimited amount of 1080p HD movies and TV shows, and personalized Internet radio straight to any TV at an affordable price. Easy to setup and even easier to use, MovieNite offers a range of home entertainment content available via one-click of the remote, including: VUDU, Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, Picasa, as well as the ability to view mydlink-enabled network cameras. The sub-$60 MovieNite is now available exclusively at Walmart stores nationwide.


“We are committed to delivering customers a unique and user-friendly viewing experience, and MovieNite complements D-Link’s media player solutions, offering an effortless way for people to enjoy their digital content on a big screen at a great value,” said Ken Loyd, director, consumer products, D-Link.  “We are very excited to work with Walmart to bring this family-friendly viewing experience to consumers. Whether it’s streaming new releases the same day they come out on DVD with VUDU, or streaming the perfect music list for your party, MovieNite offers high-definition picture quality and high-quality sound all in one convenient device.” 


The easy-to-use MovieNite features a simple three-step setup, built-in wireless and Ethernet connectivity for quick connection to a home network, HDMI output to stream HD movies up to 1080p, and composite audio/video connections to turn any analog TV into a Smart TV. Simply plug the MovieNite into a TV and power outlet and set up MovieNite using the onscreen menu. With an easy onscreen menu and user-friendly one-button instant navigation remote control, MovieNite is the ideal media player for any user.


Easily stream movies and more with one simple click of the MovieNite remote, including:

·         VUDU® Enjoy the hottest new releases and largest HD library with a cinema-like experience at home with no monthly subscription fees (simply pay for what you watch)

·         Netflix® Instantly watch thousands of TV shows and movies under monthly subscription

·         YouTube® Discover and watch video clips from the Internet and share your favorite online videos on the big screen

·         Pandora® Listen to free Internet radio, personalize your stations and discover new music


MovieNite also offers additional streaming capabilities, including the ability to conveniently view live mydlink™-enabled network cameras on a TV using the mydlink app to monitor your home and keep an eye on your kids or pets, as well as online photo sharing with the Picasa® app. And, a free MovieNite remote app is available for iPhone® and Android™ allowing consumers to control MovieNite using the smartphone remote app.


Availability and Pricing

The MovieNite Streaming Media Player (DSM-310) is available now for $59.99 at Walmart stores nationwide and www.walmart.com.  More information about MovieNite is available online at http://www.dlink.com/DSM-310.


About D-Link

D-Link is the global leader in connectivity for home, small business, mid- to large-sized enterprise environments, and service providers. An award-winning designer, developer, and manufacturer, D-Link implements and supports unified network solutions that integrate capabilities in switching, wireless, broadband, storage, IP Surveillance, and cloud-based network management. For more information visit www.dlink.com, or connect with D-Link on Facebook (www.facebook.com/dlink) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/dlink).


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  • No DLNA = FAIL

    No DLNA = FAIL 🙁

    • DLNA is a pretty poor way to

      DLNA is a pretty poor way to experience local media, so I wouldn’t hold its absence against an OTT streamer. Unfortunately to get a good local + OTT experience right now you need two clients currently.