iomega screenplay 500 gb nas media player £79.99 @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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#1
item is a refurb - and no stock till Monday.

However if stock does turn up 1TB version is only £20 more
#2
i called up stock is in but not booked in , you can place a order an recieve it monday or tuesday latest retails price is £120-150 for the 50 gb and around 180 for the 1tb
excellent value, eventhough its refurb the drive inside will be new,
#3
sorry stock is in they also have some heap portbale and desktop drive deals

eg

500 gb nas 39.99

160 gb usb 29.99

250 gb usb 34.99

640 gb desktop44.99

massive bargin to be had , i bought a few 2 chuck on ebay
#4
shaka123
i bought a few 2 chuck on ebay

probably want to keep that sort of thing to yourself :whistling:
#5
The media player does not play mkv files( which nearly all high definition movies are) . So not really any good for HD media.
#6
Even it doesn't play MKV, still a pretty decent price for a 500gb NAS - unless someone knows better...

Anyone know if you can upgrade the harddrive? Or if you can replace the NAS software?
#7
solid
Even it doesn't play MKV, still a pretty decent price for a 500gb NAS - unless someone knows better...

A 3 month warranty is the big downside on these.
#8
Worth reading the reviews on Amazon as the interface sounds appalling.
#9
shaka123
i called up stock is in but not booked in , you can place a order an recieve it monday or tuesday latest retails price is £120-150 for the 50 gb and around 180 for the 1tb
excellent value, eventhough its refurb the drive inside will be new,


How do you know the drive will be new? Not having a dig, but seriously considering this, and some back-up would put my mind at ease (esp with only 3months warranty)
#10
i bought a iomega 1tb nas from misco i opened it to find a brand spanking new seagate 1 terra ;)

it does support plenty of other formats. MPEG1, 2 and 4, including h.264-encoded material, XVID, DIVX, yada, yada. Pretty much every video type i ve r ead online there should be a future mkv firmware upgrade too also has a one touch record button for recording from camcorders , tv net etc
#11
Living in the USA since 30 month I got bored by the commercials on each of the 72 channels.
I was longing for the German TV contents quality and through a hint of a friend I found [url]www.save.tv[/url] a web site that gave me the opportunity to subscribe and to record 25 German TV stations on a network recorder with a capacity of 3000 minutes. With a free provided download manager I could download all records on my PC anytime with 720 X 525 pixels.
Impressed by the quantity of commercial free features and documentary, magazines and political talk shows the rest of the family wanted also to watch. In order to make it visible on the big living room screen I needed to burn the videos on DVD. Mostly that took hours and hours to cut and to convert and to burn. I was looking for a mass storage media that provides the easy operating and high capacity. After a long search I found it: Iomega Screenplay Pro HD! When I received it I plugged it in and it worked right away on HDMI. Copying a 60 minutes video by USB 2 from my internal HD to Screenplay takes 3 minutes. I do not need to take out German commercials to bring it to the size of a DVD.
The drive has become the hottest gadget in my family.
I hope that will keep operating like it does right now.
Worth every dollar.

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