Iomega ScreenPlay Pro 1TB HD Multimedia Player REFURB £104.68 @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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Seems like good value to me even though it is a refurb with 3 months warranty. Price includes delivery.

It's show time! Enjoy a high-definition theater experience with the Iomega ScreenPlay Pro HD Multimedia Drive. This high-definition multimedia player can be easily connected to your home network to store and access your video, music and photo collections. Easily browse your home network to select stored videos and view on your home theater.

At A Glance

* Hi-Definition Enjoy 720p and 1080i movies on your home theatre
* Convenient Browse your home network to select stored media files to enjoy on your home theatre
* Great value Multimedia player plus network storage; a onetouch video record feature is included
* Large capacity Save up to 1TB of video, photos, or music files
* Stylish Compact enclosure to complement your home entertainment environment
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banned#1
I dont get it
#2
Mascherano
I dont get it

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Have to say that I don't get it either and, as usual, the neggers chose only to neg rather than explain why they are negging. Well, that's hotuk I guess. :?[/SIZE]
#3
I bought an Iomega 1TB NAS a few weeks ago for £124 so at £20 cheaper for effectively 1TB network storage, plus more besides sounds a bargain to me. I'd love to hear why this has so many neg votes - this sort of thing puts you off HUKD - you should have to put a comment to vote - stop all this lazy negative voting.
#4
Doesn't play H.265 nor MKV files. For this price I'd get a HDrive + Player which will play everything (and if one breaks, I can still use the other part). This is not good value, IMO.

In my experience, all those media player have one big disadvantage. There are so many video codes, none of the players play them all. Some player can not be updated either. This means I would have to convert files many times before I can view them. Since I have HDMI on my notebook, I can directly connected to my LCD TV (sometimes also over network) and watch my movies this way. Any code missing on my laptop can be downloaded and installed instantly. Also, the screen options are much better from a notebook player and I always have a perfect picture. I would never go back to a video player to watch compressed movies or DVDs.

Hope this explains my cold vote.
#5
pet2000
Doesn't play H.265 nor MKV files. For this price I'd get a HDrive + Player which will play everything (and if one breaks, I can still use the other part). This is not good value, IMO.


[SIZE="2"]Surely the question to be answered is - is this a good price for an Iomega ScreenPlay Pro 1TB HD Multimedia Player REFURB - after all this is a "deal" question rather than if someone prefers having feature X more than Y or even Z?

If it is a good price for an Iomega ScreenPlay Pro 1TB HD Multimedia Player REFURB then surely this should be voted hot not cold? If people are voting cold because it's unreliabie, that's fine but they should say so, rather than just voting cold.

I know I posted this deal but this sort of random voting is exactly why I don't bother posting a lot of the deals that I fall over. Too many people seem to vote cold because an item has something they want/need missing rather than voting hot because the item listed is available at a good price.

If I have my understanding of the way that this site is supposed to work completely wrong, please point me at the place that says how a deal should be judged.:thumbsup:[/SIZE]
#6
where can you buy a 1tb harddrive & a multimedia player that does mk less tv for less then 99.99 or a 500bg 7 player for less then 79.99 from what i ve seen it at leasy £70 quid more for a cheap brand snot everyone want mkv, emthis is a iomega branded product too ,my opnion best mm player deal out there , get it while you can


pet2000
Doesn't play H.265 nor MKV files. For this price I'd get a HDrivee + Player which will play everything (and if one breaks, I can still use the other part). This is not good value, IMO.

In my experience, all those media player have one big disadvantage. There are so many video codes, none of the players play them all. Some player can not be updated either. This means I would have to convert files many times before I can view them. Since I have HDMI on my notebook, I can directly connected to my LCD TV (sometimes also over network) and watch my movies this way. Any code missing on my laptop can be downloaded and installed instantly. Also, the screen options are much better from a notebook player and I always have a perfect picture. I would never go back to a video player to watch compressed movies or DVDs.

Hope this explains my cold vote.
#7
pet2000
Doesn't play H.265 nor MKV files. For this price I'd get a HDrive + Player which will play everything (and if one breaks, I can still use the other part). This is not good value, IMO.

In my experience, all those media player have one big disadvantage. There are so many video codes, none of the players play them all. Some player can not be updated either. This means I would have to convert files many times before I can view them. Since I have HDMI on my notebook, I can directly connected to my LCD TV (sometimes also over network) and watch my movies this way. Any code missing on my laptop can be downloaded and installed instantly. Also, the screen options are much better from a notebook player and I always have a perfect picture. I would never go back to a video player to watch compressed movies or DVDs.

Hope this explains my cold vote.

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Hi and thanks for taking the time to explain :thumbsup:and pardon me for gently disagreeing. My comments that follow are not meant to be anything other than observations and, as I suggested in my earlier post, you voted cold because of options you need being missing and NOT because this is a bad price for the item listed. I therefore suggest that anyone making a similar cold vote is not actually voting on the price of the item shown but on the fact that they would not buy one.

Surely the whole concept of a deal on this site rests on the question - Is this a good price or not? If not a good price for the item listed, vote cold and if it is a good price for that exact item vote hot.

If a person thinks they have an item with better facilities, they, of course, should mention that but if the question - good price or bad price? - comes up good price I do not see how there can be any justification for voting cold.

Personally, if I see something listed as a deal which I wouldn't touch with a barge-pole, I will still vote it hot if it is a good price or choose not to vote at all. I would never vote something cold just because I wouldn't buy it because, to me, that is against the whole ethos of a HUKD deal.
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#8
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]Surely the question to be answered is - is this a good price for an Iomega ScreenPlay Pro 1TB HD Multimedia Player REFURB - after all this is a "deal" question rather than if someone prefers having feature X more than Y or even Z?

If it is a good price for an Iomega ScreenPlay Pro 1TB HD Multimedia Player REFURB then surely this should be voted hot not cold? If people are voting cold because it's unreliabie, that's fine but they should say so, rather than just voting cold.

I know I posted this deal but this sort of random voting is exactly why I don't bother posting a lot of the deals that I fall over. Too many people seem to vote cold because an item has something they want/need missing rather than voting hot because the item listed is available at a good price.

If I have my understanding of the way that this site is supposed to work completely wrong, please point me at the place that says how a deal should be judged.:thumbsup:[/SIZE]


First of all, please don't take cold voting personal. Yes, some people vote cold for no reason at all - but don't let that stop you from posting deals. I have posted lots of deal, and more often than not, they all end up freezing.:oops:

But i have gained so much from this site, and saved so much money, I feel I owe it back to the community. And if one of my freezing deals helps just one person, then that's a win in my books.

For example, I have found another deal off the back of this deal - so thanks, OP. :thumbsup:

All these deals on this site are trying to solve a particular problem for the cheapest. This deal is for watching video files on a TV. You could also see this deal as a 1TB NAS drive, that also plays media files. Does this change how this deal is perceived? Can this be done other ways? Of course? Are they better? That's for individuals to decide.

Is this the best price for this product? Again, personal choice. It would be nice if a negative vote gave a reason, but then, that would have to applied for positive votes as well. Then, some would complain that deals were not getting hot enough because of the extra effort required (ie to leave comment before voting)

The site isn't perfect, but that's fine, you can deal with that.

Just keep posting deals. Give back. That's why HUKD is great. My two pennies.
#9
solid
First of all, please don't take cold voting personal. Yes, some people vote cold for no reason at all - but don't let that stop you from posting deals. I have posted lots of deal, and more often than not, they all end up freezing.:oops:



The site isn't perfect, but that's fine, you can deal with that.

Just keep posting deals. Give back. That's why HUKD is great. My two pennies.

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Nicely put and a very well spent two pennies - thank you.:):thumbsup: I don't actually take it personally but suspect that many a more timid person than myself just don't post at all because they see things posted cold for no apparent reason - I wonder what pearls we are missing out on?[/SIZE]
#10
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
#11
also just noticed it lets u Record video from a camera, cable box,or VCR with a one-touch record button great feature

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