Falcon MVIX MX-780 Wireless Media Streamer Centre - £149.99 Delivered @ Play & QuidCo - HotUKDeals
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As per title really, I welcome all comments, hot or cold as I'm undecided which media device to buy and am tempted with this...

Possible 5% off code and Quidco make it a bit cheaper.
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Model Number: MX-780
Processor & Storage
Processor : EM8621L (By Sigma Designs)
Memory : 64MB (RAM), 8MB (Flash)
Operating System : uClinux
Storage : compatible with 3.5" Internal IDE/ SATA/ PATA / UATA hard drives
Ports & Interfaces
Video : Composite, S-Video, Component, HDMI
Audio Analog: Stereo RCA, 5.1 channel RCA
Audio Digital : Coaxial, Optical
Wired : Ethernet (10/100) LAN via RJ-45 Port
Wireless : Wireless LAN (802.11g or Pre-N MIMO)
USB Interface : USB2.0 host, USB2.0 Slave
System Requirements
TV CRT or LCD or Plasma Wide screen with DVI/HDMI or component video input
Wired or Wireless network
BroadBand internet connection
PC with Windows XP, Vista or Linux or Macintosh computer with Mac OSX 10.3.9 or later
Supported TV Systems
TV CRT or LCD or Plasma with DVI or HDMI NTSC, PAL or Auto.
Network
IEEE802.11 b/g, 5dBi antenna(SMA type)
10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet (RJ45)
TCP/IP(DHCP client mode, Manual IP mode)
#2
Or this one, which can be found for about £200
http://images.play.com/covers/5573140x.jpg
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Sorry not quite sure why I would want one of these. I have a PC (basic spec) which cost little more than these devices. I have connected it to my tv, and wireless network. With this I can watch i player etc, download videos off the web and surf all on my tv.
#4
publicnme;3426126
Or this one, which can be found for about £200


Which is about 40% more expensive, so harldy in the same proce band.

Since when has this site become a place to post questions on comparing different kit? I thought it was for hot deals
#5
Brad
Sorry not quite sure why I would want one of these. I have a PC (basic spec) which cost little more than these devices. I have connected it to my tv, and wireless network. With this I can watch i player etc, download videos off the web and surf all on my tv.


Appreciate your comments, but not suitable for me. For 1 like you said, it did cost more. Is that including a genuine Windows licence? I've not got the room for a PC, I'm hoping to replace my DVD player really. Certainly don't want a keyboard/mouse lying around, though a keyboard probably is harder to loose down the side of the sofa. Rep left for you comments though.

Anyone got any personal experience of this device?
#6
nihcaj
Which is about 40% more expensive, so harldy in the same proce band.

Since when has this site become a place to post questions on comparing different kit? I thought it was for hot deals


When did I say it was in the same price bracket? The deal is in the OP, it's by far the cheapest place I can find it at. And correct me if I'm wrong, but people are constantly comparing different kit, PS3/Xbox springs to mind..... :whistling:
#7
freecom do one for 120 ish can b tricky to set up but work well when done
#8
Brad
Sorry not quite sure why I would want one of these. I have a PC (basic spec) which cost little more than these devices. I have connected it to my tv, and wireless network. With this I can watch i player etc, download videos off the web and surf all on my tv.
#9
How have you connected your pc to you tv and surf the internet on your tv, is it a special tv, I would love to do that, please tell me how
#10
ford652
How have you connected your pc to you tv and surf the internet on your tv, is it a special tv, I would love to do that, please tell me how


I really hope that you are either joking or being sarcastic!!:whistling:

this is a good deal for the OP, I have also been looking for a media device and this one seems well spec'd and good for the money H&R to you Pubicnme!!
#11
scottydont
I really hope that you are either joking or being sarcastic!!:whistling:

this is a good deal for the OP, I have also been looking for a media device and this one seems well spec'd and good for the money H&R to you Pubicnme!!


I'm still happy this the old Xbox 1 connected to my network streaming any media I want. For HD stuff I can connect the laptop (not cost much more than this) and watch that.

I take it this needs a hard disk on top?
#12
Can a basic xbox 360 not stream media over wireless as well?
#13
Darkman
I'm still happy this the old Xbox 1 connected to my network streaming any media I want. For HD stuff I can connect the laptop (not cost much more than this) and watch that.

I take it this needs a hard disk on top?


No it doesn't need a hard disk, it can stream media from your PC. I also have a laptop I can connect, but the idea of getting one of these is that it remains plugged in and I don't have to worry about connecting the laptop to the TV, to the mains etc etc.
#14
Darkman
Can a basic xbox 360 not stream media over wireless as well?


A basic xbox360 doesn't have wireless, so you'd have to buy the wireless adapter which is about £40, and then build a sound-proof box for it.

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