Mvix's Wireless HD MX-760HD boasts some nice capabilities. Besides supporting mainstream video formats such as MP4, DivX and XviD, the Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD plays unusual formats such as ISO DVD images, DVD files, VCD files and streaming Mpeg2 DVD files. You can upgrade the Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD with an internal 3.5in IDE hard drive, and it supports full, 1,080p HD video.
Unfortunately, the Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD is an absurdly difficult device to set up and use. Nothing will help you with initial setup - not the onscreen menus; not the dense, overly complex documentation printed in a tiny typeface; and not the software on the CD (there isn't any). The Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD's documentation can be unreliable. It tells you to turn a screw clockwise when you should do the opposite, for example. This is followed by information for XP - but not Vista - setup. Vista online instructions either do not work in Home Premium or involve editing the Registry.
If you're sharing your media folders with Windows networking, the Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD will find them. But the Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD lacks support for UPnP servers, which mars otherwise good format support and exacerbates already poor usability. Without UPnP support, the Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD can't use Windows Media Player to play any type of protected music files.
And without the organising capabilities of a server, you must drill through the Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD's folders to find the videos and songs that you want to play - all identified exclusively by file name.
If you can't bring an ethernet cable into your home theatre, you'll have to configure the Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD for Wi-Fi, which entails manually entering your network ID and your hexadecimal WEP password.
The Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD's menus are functional but text is presented in an ugly, monospaced font. Thankfully, video output generally looks good, while there's a very slight harshness to the sound output. The Mvix Wireless HD MX-760HD supports full 1,080p HD.