Vero 4K will be discounted to £99 on Black Friday: Vero 4k on sale

The Vero 4k is a highly capable piece of hardware. Native OSMC support, and powerful hardware makes this a natural choice for those who enjoy high-definition media. As a result of official OSMC support, the device is a great open-source alternative to other devices.  Despite the great features, the device retails for £119.99, which can be a bit steep for some consumers. However, the Vero will be discounted to £99 on Black Friday, so be sure to take advantage of this great deal. The Vero is highly capable - keep reading to find out more about the Vero! [Read: OpenELEC vs OSMC for Raspberry Pi Media Center]

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Osmc Is An Elegant 4K Media Player Solution.

Vero - 4K OSMC Box

Even though many open source media playback devices support OSMC, not are all as capable as the Vero. Even some high-end devices like the Chromecast or the Fire struggle with running high-quality local media files. This is where the Vero shines. The Vero handles 4k files of various formats with ease, and plays files as well as your computer does. OSMC can access network shares and play them back, making it ideal for a media center. The Vero is a great companion to a home server, such as a Linux server running software like OpenMediaVault. In addition, the Vero comes with a remote, which is uncommon with open-source media players. The App Store for OSMC on the Vero is easy to use and has everything from a YouTube player to SSH configuration. In short, the Vero is a highly capable device that doesn't disappoint.

Best Plex Client Devices:
  1. NVIDIA SHIELD TV Pro Home Media Server - $199.99 Editors Pick
  2. Amazon Fire TV Streaming Media Player - $89.99
  3. Roku Premiere+ 4K UHD - $83.99
  4. CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 Complete Starter Kit - $69.99
  5. Xbox One 500 GB Console - $264.99

Marvelous Media Players

Many people prefer to download media and then view in, rather than use a streaming service. These users often need a way to view their files on something other than a laptop. Connecting a media player to a TV is often a cheap and easy way to view your media. Users can store their media on a Plex server, a hard drive, or a SMB share - media players can access a wide variety of content. Many of these boxes are also able to connect to streaming services to bring users the best of both worlds. For more on the Vero, OSMC and media player solutions, keep htpcBeginner bookmarked.

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Mitch Pehora

Avid tinkerer and Raspberry Pi enthusiast. Student at McMaster University.