Xenta 3D HD Media Player Black - £44.17 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Product Description

This versatile HD media player allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv! With additional features such as 3D, the Xenta 3D HD media player is bound to enhance your viewing experience! 3D content is viewable on your non 3D tv also, as long as the content downloaded is 3D! So start to enjoy FULL HD viewing and the ability to watch 3D with the new Xenta HD 3D media player. For use with red and blue Anaglyph Glasses.

Specifications:

Video Formats - MKV, MOV, MP4, TS, AVI, MPG, VOB, WMV, DAT, TP, FLC, RM, RMVB Full HD decoding: H.264, VC-1/WMV, MPEG/2/4,
HD Divx / Xvid, FLV (flash animation), RM / RMVB
Resolution - Up to 1920x1280p
Subtitle - SRT, SSA, SMI
Video Output - Composite,Component, HDMI
Audio Formats - MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, AAC, FLAC
Audio Output - Stereo RCA, HDMI, SPDIF Optical
TV Signal - PAL, NTSC, 720p,1080i,1080p/24hz,1080p/50hz,1080p/60hz
USB Interface - USB 2.0 High Speed Port x 1
USB Device - Up To 2T Disk Capacity, FAT, FAT32,NTFS
Memory Card Interface - SDHC/MMC
Dimensions - L250mm x W145mm x H42mm
Weight - 250g

Plus £4.18 minimum delivery cost on top of the quoted £39.99.
- BargainMad
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#1
I am new at posting deals ,so please take it easy on me.Looks like a good player,with a good price.
#2
Where from?
#3
om4r
Where from?
Ebuyer methinks?

Here

Edited By: BargainMad on Feb 03, 2011 12:00
#4
Shame there's no LAN :(
#5
The 3D reference is a bit of a joke. How can they class displaying anaglyphic videos as being some kind of special feature?

Glasses on please....

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d7/Art_Institute_of_Chicago_Lion_Statue_%28anaglyph_stereo%29.jpg

Edited By: BargainMad on Feb 03, 2011 12:05
suspended#6
Am I reading this right?

"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"

If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.
#7
Tom Servo
Am I reading this right?"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.

Thats exactly what I thought. Its impossible to display 1080p pixel resolution on a tv that only displays 476p.

Other than that its not a cold deal though. Its still comparable to other media players despite its incorrect claim.

Neither hot or cold from me as its a middle of the road player with nothing special about it. And as said before, No Lan!!
#8
Ebuyer do the Sumvision Cyclone for £18.58 (and no doubt cheaper elsewhere) if you absolutely must limit yourself to a non-lan flash memory player. £39.99 seems extortionate

Sumvision specs:
Features

* 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).


Edited By: BargainMad on Feb 03, 2011 12:22
#9
Phil1979
Neither hot or cold from me as its a middle of the road player with nothing special about it. And as said before, No Lan!!


I'm still loving the seagate one I got from play for £17.99, plays everything I throw at it over the network :)
#10
So i take the viewed media content has to of been recorded/filmed in 3d or do the glasses give 3d effect on non 3d content?
#11
adeo
So i take the viewed media content has to of been recorded/filmed in 3d or do the glasses give 3d effect on non 3d content?

oO
#12
Phil1979
[quote=Tom Servo] Am I reading this right?"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.


Thats exactly what I thought. Its impossible to display 1080p pixel resolution on a tv that only displays 476p.

Other than that its not a cold deal though. Its still comparable to other media players despite its incorrect claim.

Neither hot or cold from me as its a middle of the road player with nothing special about it. And as said before, No Lan!![/By
Tom Servo
Am I reading this right?

"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"

If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.


By full HD they mean a HDTV with a HD tuner in it (ie) FreesatHD of Freeview HD. So they are saying if you plug this into your 1080 'HD ready' TV with just a standard freeview tuner built in you will be able to watch HD content from it like you would be able to plug a sky HD box into it or a bluray player via the HDMI or Component sockets.

Edited By: niceblokedave on Feb 03, 2011 12:38
#13
Good player, but not well represented. Also the delivery is expensive and should be included in the price posted here.
suspended#14
niceblokedave
Phil1979
[quote=Tom Servo] Am I reading this right?"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.
Thats exactly what I thought. Its impossible to display 1080p pixel resolution on a tv that only displays 476p.Other than that its not a cold deal though. Its still comparable to other media players despite its incorrect claim.Neither hot or cold from me as its a middle of the road player with nothing special about it. And as said before, No Lan!![/By
Tom Servo
Am I reading this right?"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.
By full HD they mean a HDTV with a HD tuner in it (ie) FreesatHD of Freeview HD. So they are saying if you plug this into your 1080 'HD ready' TV with just a standard freeview tuner built in you will be able to watch HD content from it like you would be able to plug a sky HD box into it or a bluray player via the HDMI or Component sockets.

Ok I can understand that. Very poorly worded though.
#15
niceblokedave
Phil1979
[quote=Tom Servo] Am I reading this right?"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.


Thats exactly what I thought. Its impossible to display 1080p pixel resolution on a tv that only displays 476p.

Other than that its not a cold deal though. Its still comparable to other media players despite its incorrect claim.

Neither hot or cold from me as its a middle of the road player with nothing special about it. And as said before, No Lan!![/By
Tom Servo
Am I reading this right?

"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"

If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.


By full HD they mean a HDTV with a HD tuner in it (ie) FreesatHD of Freeview HD. So they are saying if you plug this into your 1080 'HD ready' TV with just a standard freeview tuner built in you will be able to watch HD content from it like you would be able to plug a sky HD box into it or a bluray player via the HDMI or Component sockets.


I hear what you say however, the actual description states "This versatile HD media player allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!" which taken literally is total twaddle. What they're alluding to is that all this really does is downscale HD sources to SD as per any other media player of this ilk. Similarly SD sources get upscaled. So all-in-all its nothing new or special. Coupled with the 3D references this has to qualify as one of the most misleading ads I've ever encountered (let's not mention the 600Hz tv fiasco)


Edited By: BargainMad on Feb 03, 2011 13:17: spelling
#16
I know I'm straying from the deal (poor one at that for my money) here but
This ad surely breaches ASA codes:

5.1.1 "No advertisement may directly or by implication mislead about any material fact or characteristic of a product or service"

5.1.3 "Advertising must not omit, hide or provide in an unclear, unintelligible, ambiguous or untimely manner material information if that omission or presentation is likely to affect consumers’ decisions about whether and how to buy the advertised product, unless the information is obvious from the context. If the advertisement is limited by time or space, the ASA will take into account steps that the advertiser has taken to make that information available to consumers by other means."

5.2.2 "Descriptions, claims and illustrations must not imply attributes, capabilities or performance beyond those that can be achieved in normal use"



Edited By: BargainMad on Feb 03, 2011 13:27
#17
Anybody got a link to the glasses ?


..... Or do you have to make your own ?
#18
BargainMad
niceblokedave
Phil1979
[quote=Tom Servo] Am I reading this right?"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.


Thats exactly what I thought. Its impossible to display 1080p pixel resolution on a tv that only displays 476p.

Other than that its not a cold deal though. Its still comparable to other media players despite its incorrect claim.

Neither hot or cold from me as its a middle of the road player with nothing special about it. And as said before, No Lan!![/By
Tom Servo
Am I reading this right?

"allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!"

If your tv cannot display 1080p then plugging in this device isn't going to make it!!!!! What a load of rubbish. Cold.


By full HD they mean a HDTV with a HD tuner in it (ie) FreesatHD of Freeview HD. So they are saying if you plug this into your 1080 'HD ready' TV with just a standard freeview tuner built in you will be able to watch HD content from it like you would be able to plug a sky HD box into it or a bluray player via the HDMI or Component sockets.


I hear what you say however, the actual description states "This versatile HD media player allows you to download content and view it in full HD (1080p) on your non full HD tv!" which taken literally is total twaddle. What they're alluding to is that all this really does is downscale HD sources to SD as per any other media player of this ilk. Similarly SD sources get upscaled. So all-in-all its nothing new or special. Coupled with the 3D references this has to qualify as one of the most misleading ads I've ever encountered (let's not mention the 600Hz tv fiasco)



Looks like eBuyer were reading this thread - they've updated the description now ;)
#19
Actual price is £44.97 including delivery - please amend the deal details. (it'll cost £50 or more to get free delivery).
#20
BargainMad
Ebuyer do the Sumvision Cyclone for £18.58 (and no doubt cheaper elsewhere) if you absolutely must limit yourself to a non-lan flash memory player. £39.99 seems extortionate

Sumvision specs:
Features

* 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).



That Sumvision was less than £16 delivered a few weeks back, (from Amazon marketplace), it can't handle .mkv files, the MICRO 2 with .mkv support is at least £35.



Edited By: wombat6025 on Feb 03, 2011 16:46
#21
i have the sumvision cyclone micro 2, that plays mkv files however...if the film is a long film it finished it earlier so you cant watch the end of your film, very annoying!! so i want a new media player that plays mkv files and lets me watch the whole film, this looks quite good, has anyone else had any problems with this one please.

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