Xenta HDMI Upscaling Mini Media Player Divx Upscaling HDMI USB/SD £15.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Xenta HDMI Upscaling Mini Media Player Divx Upscaling HDMI USB/SD £15.99 @ Ebuyer

£15.99 @ Ebuyer
Product Description The mini media player is a multimedia device which can read Flash Drive, External Hard Drives and SD/MMC/MS cards, decode the content included, and then output it via HDMI or … Read More
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Product Description

The mini media player is a multimedia device which can read Flash Drive, External Hard Drives and SD/MMC/MS cards, decode the content included, and then output it via HDMI or Composite (AV) on your TV or monitor.

Decode videos with 480p/576p and upscale resolution to 1080i and 720p via HDMI
plug and play support for USB storage and MMC/SD/MS/SDHC card;
standalone file edit without a pc: copy, delete, rename, etc

Supported Files:
Video: MPEG-1 (AVI, MPG, DAT), MPEG-2 (AVI, VOB), MPEG-4 (AVI, DivX, XviD)
Audio: Wave, AAC, WMA, MP3
Picture: BMP, TIFF, PNG,GIF, JPEG
Subtitle: SRT, SMI, SSA
Input Interfaces:
USB HOST: USB 2.0 high speed; Support FAT32 & NTFS file system
Card Slot: SD / MMC / MS / SDHC
Video Output: HDMI 1.1, Composite Video
Audio Output: Dual Channel Stereo
Power Supply:
Input: AC100-240V 50/60HZ
Output: DC 5.6V, 2A
Dimensions: 79x58x15.5 mm.
Package Included
1pc Mini HDMI Media Player PDM05H
1pc Remote control
1pc DC adapter
1pc A/V cable
1pc User Manual
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#1
Looks good. Would it play on those manky old 14" TV's that you tend to find in B&B's and caravans?
suspended#3
I bought a xenta dvd player... Terrible, wouldn't spend another penny on this brand
#4
yeah +delivery
basically the same as sumvision micro which doesn't play mp4 or mkv either before anyone asks about them
1 Like #5
Yes the info needs changing. You will get ripped to shreds if you don't.

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