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500GB Iomega ScreenPlay™ Plus HD Media Player £ 69.99 @ Iomega

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rrp £119.99 The Iomega ScreenPlay Plus HD Media Player offers high capacity storage for your media library plus easy high definition video viewing. HD Playback up to 1080i and DivX certified
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The Iomega ScreenPlay Plus HD Media Player offers high capacity storage for your media library plus easy high definition video viewing. HD Playback up to 1080i and DivX certified
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Supported Media Formats

Video* Music Photos

* MPEG-1 (VCD 1.0/2.0, SVCD)
* MPEG-2 (AVI, VOB)
* MPEG-4 (part 2, ASP)
* DivX (3.11, 4.x, 5.x, 6.x)
* XviD



* MP3
* AC3 (Dolby Digital Encoding)
* WAV
* WMA
* OGG Vorbis
* AAC (non-DRM)



* JPEG
* BMP

*Supported file extensions for videos and associated audio/support files include avi, divx, mov, mp2, mp4, mpe, mpeg, mpg, m4a, m4v, vob, xvid, ifo, iso (DVD ISO)

NOTE: Although the ScreenPlay Plus supports the listed file types, it might not be able to support every codec used to create the files. Check Answer ID 22029 for the latest information on supported file types.
#2
wonder if u can swap out the HDD
#3
Plus £ 9.67 Shipping

Subtotal £ 79.66
#4
no mkv support :(
suspended#5
no H264 support
#6
It aint gonna beat the freeagent I'm using at the moment, thats for sure.
#7
stokecityfc
no mkv support :(

tam_mo
no H264 support

makes it kindo of useless (unless you want to convert for hours)
#8
Isn't your picture of the older version

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