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Now you can simply play all your movies, images and tunes via a USB Flash Drive that you just slot into the pocket sized 'Movie Player' then watch them directly through your TV.

The Movie Player Micro 2 player adapter can enhance and upscale your existing standard movie video collection to 1080p @ 30fps resolution. It can also has a card reader which supports SD/MS/MMC and SDHC cards. Media storage support – USB devices with file systems: FAT, FAT32 and NTFS* (* editing functions not supported on NTFS formatted devices). Just plug and play with USB storage devices and play your favourite media files directly to a TV via HDMI or composite port.

Use Code: QUIDCO15 to get 15% off £17.28 + 10% Further Quidco (£15.55 Potentially)
- RoyalRenegade
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#1
Good deal, DSG would probably try and sell you the cable alone for more than this!
banned#2
Looks like a variant of the Sumvision micro 2 currently hovering around the £30 mark.
#3
This has been posted a few times but never this cheap - It'll probably be panned by many as it's a cheap copy of the Sumvision Micro v2. I have one of these and it works well - Occasional blip but nothing major. Remote is credit card type rather than the Sumvision size.

I've tested mine on music, pictures, AVI, MP4, MKV (over 10Gb files) all ok. Also has autoresume on films - Not sure on music.

Have heard of some issues with MP4 files over 2Gb possibly ending early but not had any issues myself (Think that was on various brands of the same type of product) - Also heard a fix is to resave files as MKV.

Note: Use QUIDCO15 to get 15% off and then further 10% Quidco on top
£17.28 + possible £1.73 Quidco (£15.55 potentially).

This to me is a great price.
banned#4
RoyalRenegade
This has been posted a few times but never this cheap - It'll probably be panned by many as it's a cheap copy of the Sumvision Micro v2. I have one of these and it works well - Occasional blip but nothing major. Remote is credit card type rather than the Sumvision size.

I've tested mine on music, pictures, AVI, MP4, MKV (over 10Gb files) all ok. Also has autoresume on films - Not sure on music.

Have heard of some issues with MP4 files over 2Gb possibly ending early but not had any issues myself (Think that was on various brands of the same type of product) - Also heard a fix is to resave files as MKV.

Note: Use QUIDCO15 to get 15% off and then further 10% Quidco on top
£17.28 + possible £1.73 Quidco (£15.55 potentially).

This to me is a great price.


a cheap copy? it looks at first glance as a re-badged sumvision. Are they definitely different?
#5
do they ever give firmaware updates so you get the latest video codecs

had a sumvision HDD player and they never did updates for it and never answered any questions sent

Edited By: janz70 on May 15, 2011 02:32: .
#6
Bargain heat added
#7
How subtitles work on this???
#8
Would rather spend the extra and buy a Sumvision, these are knock offs, and good luck returning if faulty,
1 Like #9
Avoid, if you want one get the Sumvision, this is a rubbish cheap copy. Below are the links to last few times this was posted:

-75%
-62%
-55%

Sumvision Cyclone 2 on Amazon for £30.31

Edited By: robbino on May 15, 2011 08:29: adding additional information
#10
Fake.
#11
I agree..
#12
it is a copy, but it does what it is supposed to, no complaints from me, what's the betting it has the same hardware?
#13
Don't get one of these, look at post 285 & 294 in this link

Edited By: robbino on May 15, 2011 09:49
#14
Fake, not the real deal. Even the adverts copy Sumvisions.
banned#15
Dealtastic are knowingly selling fakes? Really?

I'll have a fiver that they're made on the same production line as the Sumvisions and the rate of failure is identical for both variants.
1 Like #16
This thing makes no attempt to call itself 'Sumvision', so how can it be a fake?

Also, its probably just re badged..
#17
I know its not like there is a factory for the real item and one for the fakes, meh everything is made in some huge (and I mean huge, the size of manchester probably) industrial hub in a Chinese province. But can you do updates on these ones?
#18
Free film built in? Turn me on 2? X)
banned 1 Like #19
tarr
Fake.

tarr
I agree..
With yourself?
banned#20
This comapny called DEALTASTIC is a bloo** pay the ****. They adertised Sumvsion but sent out Turnmeon. When I complained, they just ignored me. When I company to trading standard, they said they cant do anything because they are based in jersey.
So I will stay away from this company.
The product itself plays a file for 50+ minutes before it stalled and has to be reboot.....

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