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Archos 250GB TV Plus - Was £239.99 Now £149.99 @ Play
Archos 250GB TV Plus - Was £239.99 Now £149.99 @ Play

Archos 250GB TV Plus - Was £239.99 Now £149.99 @ Play

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Features:

Capacity:
250GB hard drive stores up to 310 Movies , 2,500,000 photos or 145,000 songs
Video Playback:
MPEG-4 ([email protected] AVI, up to DVD resolution)
WMV ([email protected], up to DVD resolution)
Podcast plug-in: H.264 up to DVD resolution and AAC sound
Cinema Plug-in: MPEG-2 [email protected] up to 10 Mbps (up to DVD resolution) and AC3 stereo sound.
Audio Playback:
Stereo MP3 decoding @ 30-320 Kbits/s CBR & VBR, WMA, Protected WMA, WAV (PCM/ADPCM).
AAC stereo audio files
AC3 stereo audio and 5.1 sound files
Photo Viewer:
JPEG, BMP, PNG
PDF Viewer:
Reads PDF documents (may not implement all PDF features)
Video Recording:
Records NTSC/PAL/SECAM to MPEG-4 SP files with ADPCM stereo sound, VGA resolution (640 x 480)@ 30 or 25 f/s, in AVI format
Audio Recording:
In WAV (IMA ADPCM or PCM) format
Interfaces:
USB 2.0 High-Speed Device (compatible USB 1.1): Mass Storage Class (MSC) and Media Transport
USB 2.0 High-Speed Device, Mass Storage Class (MSC) and Media Transport Protocol (MTP).
USB 2.0 Host : Mass Storage Class (MSC) and Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP)
Connections:
WiFi (802.11g) connection.
Inputs:
Audio: stereo analog
Video: composite, S-video, RGB, YPbPr (component)
Miscellaneous: Ethernet, USB slave (USB B), USB host ( USB A), infrared receptor for remote control, and DC-in
Outputs:
Audio: stereo analog, SPDIF (RCA type)
Video: composite, S-video, RGB, YPbPr, and HDMI
Miscellaneous: infrared emitter, AV Switch
Power source: External: Power supply
Scalability: Device automatically downloads latest firmware updates
Dimensions & Weight:
250x164x37mm, 1294 g
Package Includes
Remote control, power supply (EU/UK plugs), 6 RCA/SCART Out cable, 6 RCA + jack/SCART In cable, User guide, Connection sheet, Legal and safety notice, warranty sheet

4 Comments

nice find Whizkid..! HOT

Looks good at first glance but there's a few things not quite right....It has HDMI but can't playback HD files? £20 extra for a web browser? Fair enough it can record video but it's only at 640 x 480 and it doesn't have a TV tuner..... useless!

Definately not worth it at that price. I would go for a WD TV and a USB TV stick from Hauppauge for roughly £100 and get your own storage with the other £50. Obviously if you have a bit more cash to splash go for the Popcorn Hour. Also the WD TV 2 is out soon..... (October/November)
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gogosteve;5933127

Looks good at first glance but there's a few things not quite right....It … Looks good at first glance but there's a few things not quite right....It has HDMI but can't playback HD files? £20 extra for a web browser? Fair enough it can record video but it's only at 640 x 480 and it doesn't have a TV tuner..... useless! Definately not worth it at that price. I would go for a WD TV and a USB TV stick from Hauppauge for roughly £100 and get your own storage with the other £50. Obviously if you have a bit more cash to splash go for the Popcorn Hour. Also the WD TV 2 is out soon..... (October/November)



Or check out Xtreamer. I've heard good things. It's 100 euros and it plays back MKV's.

I'm tempted to get one as it'll save me converting MKV's so my xbox can play them.

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Oh an ethernet port. Now that WDTV2 is a popcorn beater if it can also bitstream DTS HD MA as well as stream remotely from a network.

Any more details?
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