Dane-Elec So G-Stream - Multimedia LAN / WIFI Enabled Reader / Player - HDMI / Optical Out £75.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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The SO G-Stream is a media player that lets you play your music, your photos and movies from an external USB hard drive, a USB flash memory drive or directly to your computer by streaming on lan or in freedom thanks to wireless WIFI 802.11g technology.

Enjoy HD images (1080i max) on your HD TV via the HDMI connection and immediately view your personnal videos or photos by simply inserting your memory card into the card reader (SDHC compatible) designed for that purpose.

HDMI (576p, 720p, 1080i)
WIFI 802.11g
LAN
USB 2.0
3 in 1 Card Reader (SDHC)

Box Contents
Audio/Video Cable
A/C Adapter
User Manual
Antenna
Remote Control
CD-ROM

Media Playback Formats:
Video: IFO, VOB, DAT, AVI, MPG, MPEG-2. TS HD DivX, ISO, MKV
Codec: MPEG 1/2/4, DivX, Xvid
Audio: MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, OGG (NO DRM), AC3, MP4
Photo: JPG/JPEG (720p / 1080i), BMP

Extended Specifications
Interface: USB 2.0

Video Output:
Video: HDMI & Composite
Sub-Titles: SSA, SMI, SRT,.sub, SMI SAMI Multi-Languages, IDX

Audio Output:
Analog: Stereo RCA
Digital: HDMI, Optical

TV System:
NTSC, PAL
PAL: 576p, 720p, 1080i - NTSC: 480p, 720p, 1080i

Networking
Cable: Ethernet (10/100M) Lan Via RJ-45
Wireless: Wifi 802.11g
Protocol: TCP/IP (DHCP Client Mode, manual IP mode)
Secuirty: Wireless network secured by WEP or WPA

3 in 1 Card Reader:
SD, SDHC, MMC, MS, MS PRO, MS DUO, MS DUO PRO

Infra Red Remote Control

Univercal AC Adapter (With european & UK adapters)

Size: 18.9 x 19.9 x 3.14cm

Unit weight: 615g

Warranty 2 Years
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#1
why is this being voted cold?
i'm looking for something similar, this seems reasonalbe
#2
Anyone got one of these?

If it works well it's a bargain. Couldn't find any reviews on the net though
#3
#5


thanks for that.

sounds pretty good but missing h264 support. However its almost one-third of the price of the popcorn and the same price as the WD Media player but has network capabilities which WD doesn't. Seems pretty hot to me.
#6
I'm really tempted too, someone must know something abut this product...

Thought about the WD Media Player but why bother when you have an XBox360 and a USB hard drive.

Now if only it had Torrent capability too i would be crying with joy!!!

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