The Neuros OSD has been taken out for a spin by our friends at Trusted Reviews, and below is their verdict.
The Neuros OSD has a lot of potential, but doesn’t quite deliver enough to make it worth the asking price. It does what it says on the box, but unless you’re not too concerned with video quality, you still cherish your video-cassette collection, or you don’t own a PC, we wouldn’t recommend it. Once – or if – the NAS functionality is implemented, the device will become a lot more interesting, and of course due to its open source nature, other enhancements are always possible.
Guess the £134.95 asking price just can’t justify the rather lacklustre performance and capability. Bummer!
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