The DMA2100 is so small it's almost smaller than the 360's power supply.
While it is nice to be able to rack mount the DSM-750, you can fit two DSM2100 on the same shelf next to each other.
The 360 is the best of the group, but not as VMC centric as we'd like. But at least it is back lit, programmable and doesn't feel cheap.
We like back-lit remotes
We appreciate D-Link making the DSM-750 standard rack width, as well as the internal power supply, but it does look funny inside.
Although the internals are the same as the D-Link, the inside is totally different, as every inch of space is used and the power supply is a little wall wart.
Both the DSM-750 and the DMA2100 both use the same chips inside.
Here are the three with their power wires.
Here we are streaming 5 HD feeds at the same time (2 from the HDHomeRun and 3 to extenders) which pushes our connection to the limit. It doesn't drop out however.
Although the graph said we were A-Ok, we had intermittent drop outs over N.
We only wish it was right.
Here you can choose to launch VMC, Medialounge or configure some settings.
Notice there is no 1080p option.
With the 360 set to boot straight to VMC, you get to see this while it gets there.
And after it gets an IP, you see this while you wait.
Notice how much darker the blue is then the other two extenders. It is much closer to the actual VMC menu. Luckily it is easy enough to adjust your set.
Not as dark of a blue as the real VMC or the 360, but still a bit darker than the DMA2100.
The lightest shade of blue of all, but picture quality was still as good. You just need to adjust your set to compensate and yes all 3 were connected to the same input of the TV.