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Bigpockets have got up for sale the Aigo 2Gig MP3/MP4 player for only £23.99. It's £65.99 + shipping on Amazon!

# Watch movies on the go
# Browse your photos and create slideshows
# Watch movies from player on most TV sets
# Store and view your text files
# Store even more video and audio files with an additional SD/MMC card
# Sing along to your music with the synchronous lyric display

Features

2.5 Ultra high quality (16 million pixel) colour LTPS display
Built-in battery for 7 hours video play and 9 hours music play
Expandable flash memory with built-in sd/mmc slot
AV output: video, music, picture and text displayed on your TV
Easy to use graphical user interface
Plays AVI (DivX), VOB, DAT, MPG, MPEG, MP4, MP3, WMA and OGG
Voice record notes and meetings
E-book function (in TXT format)
High speed USB 2.0 for data transfer
Simultaneous lyric display
Bookmark feature
Pocket size (80 x 61 x 20mm)
Portable digital data storage
Power saving feature for extended battery life.

£1.89 seems to be the cheapest shipping option available.

The 4Gb variety is also available on the Bigpockets website for £37.99.
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1 Like #1
Says New, yet only a 3 month warrenty. Thats suggests refurb to me (all electrical devices have 12 months as standard).

Sin
#2
Sin_of_nature
Says New, yet only a 3 month warrenty. Thats suggests refurb to me (all electrical devices have 12 months as standard).

Sin



Can't say for certain, but I think it might be part of the bankrupt stock they bought up a while back. That would mean it is new, but they won't give more than a 3 month warranty due to it being bankrupt stock. I could be wrong, though.
#3
Great ordered
#4
please add the delivery charge
#6
Goodman
please add the delivery charge



Done...£1.89 for UK shipping.
#7
Is it SDHC?
#8
Prufrock;1854357
Done...£1.89 for UK shipping.


thats a good p&p i will say as total cost is not much for this. the spec looks great to me and i dont think you need to buy 4gb one as you can easily add the card to it and connection to telly is always great option.:thumbsup:
#9
rash
Is it SDHC?



Not sure yet. I'll find that out when my one turns up. Bought an 8Gb SDHC memory card from Play for £14.99 for this little beauty. :D


http://www.aigo.co.uk/products/viewproduct.php?productID=21

http://www.aigo.co.uk/products/uploads/E868.pdf
#10
Please beware of this company; I purchased some speakers a few weeks ago from them as 'brand new'.When they arrived they had clearly not only been used but did not work.When I got in touch with the manufacturer (Audica), they stated they were returned stock and they were currently pursuing Bigpockets via trading standards over the matter....YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED !:oops:
Sin
#11
themanstan
Please beware of this company; I purchased some speakers a few weeks ago from them as 'brand new'.When they arrived they had clearly not only been used but did not work.When I got in touch with the manufacturer (Audica), they stated they were returned stock and they were currently pursuing Bigpockets via trading standards over the matter....YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED !:oops:
Sin



Sin? As in the same Sin who was the first to reply to this thread? If so, why the new username?


I don't get what you're saying. BP has bought up a load of bankrupt stock recently. As part of the audit, the administrators open up the products to make sure that what is in the box is the same as what is stated on the outside. BP are selling it on at knock down prices. Most of the stock is brand new. If you get something that isn't, just contact BP and they'll sort you out. How would Audica know the speakers were returned stock? I find it hilarious that you state Audica is pursuing BP through TS. Audica wouldn't do that. Out of curiosity, why did you not take the issue up with BP? When I've had issues with stuff, they've always been very helpful - picked it up within 2 days and refunded/replaced without quibble. They have a 30 day no quibble guarantee.


Incidentally, I bought a laptop from PCW a few years back (don't ask why!). The one I got was second hand sold as new. I took it back and they replaced it without arguing. Did I complain to the manufacturer? No. Did I involve TS? No. It was a genuine mistake on PCW's part and they sorted it out for me. Mistakes happen. Doesn't mean I'm less likely to use PCW again because of it.
#12
Orderd one this morning looks Ok on spec and for the price :thumbsup:
banned#13
looks ok but limited with the memory for vids... the sd slot is most probably not sdhc. so max 2gb SD card.

i'll stay away... just wanted to say that the youtube vid looks a little like a p*rno!
#14
imranmaz
looks ok but limited with the memory for vids... the sd slot is most probably not sdhc. so max 2gb SD card.

i'll stay away... just wanted to say that the youtube vid looks a little like a p*rno!




When I get mine, I'll try it with an SDHC memory card to see if it works. The official line from Aigo is that it isn't SDHC compatible. Will let you know either way when mine turns up. :D
#15
imranmaz;1855691
.... just wanted to say that the youtube vid looks a little like a p*rno!


you forced me to look harder :p
#16
Prufrock;1855772
When I get mine, I'll try it with an SDHC memory card to see if it works. The official line from Aigo is that it isn't SDHC compatible. Will let you know either way when mine turns up. :D


I will be waiting to know as I have ordered this player but don't have any SDHC card
banned#17
to give you a little hope, i ordered a memory card reader for my comp through ebuyer and it didn't mention sdhc anywhere but when i gave it a go it worked a charm! so you never know!

if it is compliant then it may be worth it just to play divx on the tv if you have no other means of doing so!

fingers crossed for you! ;)
#18
linky clicky

4gb version for £37.99 :thumbsup:
#19
Linky

30gb version with 4 inch screen for £79.99
#20
8gb max capacity
#21
Ordered one. My Zen vision M is feeling a little bulky these days and would like something to take to the gym.

Bargain price!

Only thing is now, do I order an 8gb from play?? Will it work?
#22
no only 6 or 4 its already 2GB

the 4gb version is 37 quid
banned#23
The audica speakers are supplied with no serials numbers, I can only assume these are grey imports or manufacturer defective units
#24
looks good. but the Item number on the page does say 'Item Number: GRADEA129 '

I think that would pretty mean that it's Grade A stock and not new
#25
nightshade
8gb max capacity




I don't think that refers to the memory expansion. This player is available in a 2gb, 4gb, 6gb and 8gb versions, with 8gb being the largest static state memory they do on this particular piece of kit.
#26
markie
Ordered one. My Zen vision M is feeling a little bulky these days and would like something to take to the gym.

Bargain price!

Only thing is now, do I order an 8gb from play?? Will it work?


I'd hold off on the order from play until someone else can confirm it works with SDHC memory cards. Mine should be here tomorrow or the next day, then I'll be able to confirm either way.


Rik: It's not second-hand. It's bankrupt stock being sold off. It is new.
#27
has it got a radio?
#28
Dont know why he used my name. Think he was perhaps pointing the message toward me. Used BigPockets many times (for DVD's), never had an issue with them.

Sin

Prufrock
Sin? As in the same Sin who was the first to reply to this thread? If so, why the new username?
#29
Sin_of_nature
Dont know why he used my name. Think he was perhaps pointing the message toward me. Used BigPockets many times (for DVD's), never had an issue with them.

Sin



Apologies for the confusion. :oops:


Gavin, I don't think it has a radio. There's a link on this thread to the product details on the Aigo website.
#30
Top post, thx loads, ordered one and im now looking for a cheam SD card.
#31
How easy would it be to copy from a DVD onto this (if that's a question I'm allowed to ask) and how much video can be stored on the HD?
#32
loftus
How easy would it be to copy from a DVD onto this (if that's a question I'm allowed to ask) and how much video can be stored on the HD?



You'd need to rip the DVD, then shrink it down and convert it to .avi or.mpg. It's a lot of effort to rip a dvd in that manner. It will play Vob files, but they will be big! Doubt you'd get a full DVD onto the 2gb space. You'd get it onto a bigger SD card, but then it would take up a lot of space on there too.
#33
I think you are right, I bought similar item from them a while ago with 3 month warrenty, but appeared to be brand spanking new, good product too, amazing price.
#34
Voted Hot !
My reply from Bigpockets in regards to the refurbished items and 3 month warranty:

"In answer to your question, we purchase alot of Bankrupt stock, so therefore we cannot sell it as Brand New, or sometimes the boxes have been open, hope this answers your question."
#35
utfrag
Top post, thx loads, ordered one and im now looking for a cheam SD card.



If it does take SDHC, go for the 8Gb from play for £14.99 - total bargain for that price, and it's Toshiba under that play sticker!
#36
heh, someone has posted a video of this on Youtube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_t26q627Dc
#37
loftus
How easy would it be to copy from a DVD onto this (if that's a question I'm allowed to ask) and how much video can be stored on the HD?


Prufrock
You'd need to rip the DVD, then shrink it down and convert it to .avi or.mpg. It's a lot of effort to rip a dvd in that manner. It will play Vob files, but they will be big! Doubt you'd get a full DVD onto the 2gb space. You'd get it onto a bigger SD card, but then it would take up a lot of space on there too.


2GB will be enough for 2 movies (AVI format)
For all your "copy DVD" and "file conversion" queries, then here:

http://www.afterdawn.com/

And this is good software:

http://www.dvdflick.net/

:thumbsup:
#38
Mr G
2GB will be enough for 2 movies (AVI format)
For all your "copy DVD" and "file conversion" queries, then here:

http://www.afterdawn.com/

And this is good software:

http://www.dvdflick.net/

:thumbsup:



2GB is enough for two films if he converts whatever he rips from DVD to .avi.
1 Like #39
Prufrock
2GB is enough for two films if he converts whatever he rips from DVD to .avi.


Absolutely.
I do loads of DVD rips and file conversion/encoding so I sometimes forget that there are folks who are not familiar with the process.
1 Like #40
Mr G
Absolutely.
I do loads of DVD rips and file conversion/encoding so I sometimes forget that there are folks who are not familiar with the process.




That's basically what I was talking about in my original reply to the guy. You can rip a DVD to VOB, but it will be a LOT bigger. You'd need to convert any rip to .avi to get it onto something like this. Get it down to 700mb and you're laughing. Depending on your machine/RAM/CPU and the ripping/converting program you are using, converting to .avi can take a lot of time. On an older machine, it can take absolutely hours. My PC is 5 years old and it takes me an hour and a half/two hours to convert a DVD rip to .avi using Nero 8. If you then add a 2Gb standard SD card (which we know for definite this MP4 player takes), you'll get 5 films on there (5x700mb avi files, that is).

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