Modix HD3510: Fully Adequate DVD Player Replacement
At first glance, the white box of the Modix player looks like a normal external hard drive case. On the front is a large display and lots of function buttons, while the A/V and USB ports can be found on the back, where you can also attach an external power supply. Once you turn on the device, a menu structure will appear on the hard-to-read display. You can navigate either with the remote control or using the many buttons on the front.
The player can be controlled without a remote control, using the buttons
The remote control is pleasant to hold
Some buttons on the remote control have no functions
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