2GB MP4/MP3 Player (2MP Digicam, 2.4" LCD, SD Slot, FM) - £32.66 Inc Del (After Google)
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2GB MP4/MP3 Player (2MP Digicam, 2.4" LCD, SD Slot, FM) - £32.66 Inc Del (After Google)

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Found 2nd May 2007
Ebuyer have a new range of MP4 & MP3 players. They range from around £10 up to £40 and that's before Google Checkout. The one featured here seems to be the best of the bunch.

FEATURES

* 2GB Built In Memory
* SD/MMC Flash memory slot
* 2.4"TFT Display (240*320 QVGA)
* 2 Megapixel Digital camera
* FM Radio
* Two earphone plug Audio playback function:
* Audio playback: MP3/MIDI/WMA/WAV/AAC, etc.
* Movie Playback:MEPG4 (AVI/ 3GP)
* Photo Viewer: JPG/GIF/BMP
* Built-in microphone for voice recording
* A-B repeat function
* Games function and E-book
* Built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion
* Built-in louder speaker
* Support several languages
* USB2.0
* Firmware upgradable

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Original Poster

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0126085-02.jpg
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Anyone know the maximum size of SD card that you could put in the spare slot on this please?

shame there are no user review for this, strange as it has been available for quite a while, but the Sumvision models get all the attention - and their Kpac model is the mutz nutz.

I bought one and had it delivered, but when it came to needing it's first charge it wouldn't charge so I am returning it.

Was so impressed with it before charging it that I am risking getting another one though.

Great screen, nice interface, good sound, not a bad little camera either and you can record movies with sound too, doesn't have a cheap look to it either (not tried FM radio feature yet), also has a few games on there such as blackjack and two others.

Hopefully my next one won't have a dodgy charger as I was very impressed.

Just need to know what capacity SD cards it will take upto.

Original Poster

Money Spinning

and you can record movies with sound too


Do you mean record movies directly with the player Money Spinning?. I just assumed you'd have to drag pre-recorded ones onto the player.

There is a review of the 1GB version:

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I think you should be safe using a 2GB card. 4GB+ may be a problem if it doesn't accept the new SD-HC cards.

You have it linked to an image rather than the page itself.

Do these actually play avi files and jpgs or do you have to convert them to the infamous .mtv format like the ones ebay is flooded with?

Original Poster

Xad

You have it linked to an image rather than the page itself.



Look at the date I posted this, 02-05-2007, 03:31. I can't remember that far back :whistling:. Took 5 weeks to get the first reply.

bingsy

Look at the date I posted this, 02-05-2007, 03:31. I can't remember that … Look at the date I posted this, 02-05-2007, 03:31. I can't remember that far back :whistling:. Took 5 weeks to get the first reply.

lol, didn't realise someone bumped an old thread :giggle:

Do you mean record movies directly with the player Money Spinning?. I … Do you mean record movies directly with the player Money Spinning?. I just assumed you'd have to drag pre-recorded ones onto the player.



It has a camcorder facility that records with sound.

Cheers for the info about the SD Cards, I wasn't going to risk a 4GB one but hoped a 2GB would work.
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