Sumvision Cyclone Micro HD HDMI 1080p Upscaling Multi Media Player £23.99 + £4.99 postage @ SaverStore - HotUKDeals
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Sumvision Cyclone Micro HD HDMI 1080p Upscaling Multi Media Player

The Cyclone Micro is a USB2.0 1080p up-scaling HDMI media player adaptor. It can enhance and upscale standard movie video quality to 1080p resolution. With the Cyclone Micro Player Adaptor you can just plug and play with USB storage devices and play your favorite media files directly to a TV via HDMI or composite port. The player adaptor also has a card reader which supports SD/MS/MMC and SDHC cards.

# Plug and Play support for USB storage and MMC/SD/MS/SDHC device
# Upscale playback of standard media files to 1080p resolution
# Fast forward; rewind; zoom; pause; and repeat functions
# USB support for Enclosures; Card readers and Flash drives
# USB storage file system supports FAT32/NTFS
# Card memory storage file system supports FAT/FAT32
# Upscale resolution to 480p/576p; 720p; 1080i; 1080p via HDMI interface
# Standard video output 480i/576i via composite interface

# Video format support: MPEG1/2/4(MPG; VOB; AVI); DivX(avi); XviD(avi); resolution up to 720 x 480 30fps / 720 x 576 25fps
# Photo format support: JPEG; GIF and BMP
# Audio format support: MP3; WMA and OGG
# Other format support: ISO (image format).

# Includes remote control
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sounds good for asimple player for mp3/divx/xvid but doesn't support mkv/rmvb, although does NTFS, which is unusual for a cheap player.
The lack of MKV support is extremely disappointing.
Good find, and slightly cheaper than the recent bigPockets deal I think. H+R added.

If you're looking for MKV, then this is the only similar item I know that supports it:

Western Digital WDAVP00BE HD Digital Media Player:
Sounds cooool

damn you, good find though
The lack of MKV support is extremely disappointing.

Only a mentalist would expect MKV support for that price.
Does anyone know if this DVD Player has a TINT/HUE control that works on PAL DVD's?

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