2Gb Sumvision Yumi Pro Digital MP4 Player just £39.68 delivered or less from SVP
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2Gb Sumvision Yumi Pro Digital MP4 Player just £39.68 delivered or less from SVP

£39.68
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Found 28th Mar 2007
Available in Silver or Black

The Yumi Pro sports a 1.8" TFT colour display, plus all the great features that have made the previous Opus and Sono Pro models so popular.

Features:
- 2GB on-board flash memory
- 1.8", 65k TFT colour display
- Supports MP3, WMA, WAV, ASF formats
- 5-in-1: Movie player, MP3 player, USB flash drive, digital voice recorder and digital FM tuner
- Record audio in WAV (32kbps) or ACT (8kbps) formats
- JPEG and BMP browser
- High speed USB2.0 connection
- Auto power off to save battery
- Two earphone sockets (standard 3.5mm) means you
can share your sound
- Built-in speaker
- 7 EQ modes
- Built-in lithium rechargeable battery can be charged by USB or power adaptor)
- Text reader function

4 Comments

Looks like a good deal to me... Good reviews from customers too. Voted hot.

Editor

Looks good to me too, thanks Mike!

out of stock.was it ever in stock mike?,been watching these for a while never seen the 2gb available tho.1gb 25.99 not bad

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betelgeus

out of stock.was it ever in stock mike?,been watching these for a while … out of stock.was it ever in stock mike?,been watching these for a while never seen the 2gb available tho.1gb 25.99 not bad



You should think yourself lucky you didnt get one :x .

Absolutely diabolical "user manual" that was so badly translated as to be utterly incomprehensible - only pure guesswork will allow you to use it at all. Thats not helped by a machiavellian menuing system which means its nigh impossible to find what you want (for example, there is no way to select a particular track from all the audio you've uploaded. You want to listen only from the 31st track onward? Tough luck, you'll have to tap the >> key 32 times to get to it!).

Then, just to rub salt into the wound, the 'driver CD' turns out to contain some weird application called Player Utilities. Click HELP and get an error message, "Help File Not Found". Firmware upgrade? No problem, select the location of the upgrade file. Eh? You dont know where to download the firmware upgrade from? Well thats just tough cheese, buddy! Want to format the player because a file has corrupted? Bzzt, no problem, but dont expect to use the device as anything other than a USB stick afterwards - there is no application on the driver CD to allow the formatted drive to recognise file types afterwards.

Disappointed? You're not kidding - I'm currently in the process of arranging a return for this device in exchange for something that might work!
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