I use a Netgear EVA 2000+ or some such number. Requires UPnP (not NFS) but mediatomb on the server works well.
Doesn't meet all your requirements but is small, cheap, quiet and plays most media.
On 24 Apr 2011, at 09:41 p.m., Ronan Mullally <ronan at iol.ie> wrote:
> On Sun, 24 Apr 2011, Brendan Minish wrote:
>>> I too am looking for something like this. Ideally something that can
>> mount an NFS share and manage to make sense of all (most..) common video
>> formats and output on HDMI appropriately scaled to 1080p .
>> A remote is a must
>> I don't need local file storage (or a fan..) and I already have the NFS
>> A bit of googling this evening turned up TrimSlice
> (http://www.trimslice.com/) from Compulab, the manufacturers of the
> Fit-PC. It's a dual core ARM which appears to have the edge on the Fit-PC
> (Atom) in terms of performance. The only thing it hasn't got is IR, but
> that can be added with a USB dongle.
>> The only other thing it hasn't got (yet) is widespread distro support.
> Getting your favorite flavour to run on it (particularly X drivers) any
> time soon may take a little bit of persuasion. Oh, and it's not shipping
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