NZXT DOKO Overview
The DOKO is a very small device, about the same of many other popular streaming devices out there. This means you shouldn’t have a problem getting it to fit into your home theater setup.
I said the packaging of the DOKO has a very minimalistic feel to it and so does the DOKO itself. On the top there is a DOKO logo.
On the front of the device you will find a large power button, power LED and four USB ports. These USB ports are for devices to interact with the DOKO and the host PC. The DOKO uses USBoverIP technology so when you plug a device into the DOKO it is like you have just plugged it into the host PC.
On the backside of the device is a Gigabit Ethernet port, 3.5mm audio connection, HDMI connection and your power connection. Ethernet is the only way the DOKO can communicate with your network. There is no wireless, the reason for this is that the Ethernet connection insures the quality of the stream. There is also no Bluetooth on the DOKO.
Flipping the DOKO over there are four small feet that should keep it from moving around on your desk.