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iLuv i1055 Black Portable Multi-media DVD Player with iPod Video - £72.71 Delivered @ Halfcost
iLuv i1055 Black Portable Multi-media DVD Player with iPod Video - £72.71 Delivered @ Halfcost

iLuv i1055 Black Portable Multi-media DVD Player with iPod Video - £72.71 Delivered @ Halfcost

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With this portable multimedia DVD player for your iPod, you can watch your favourite videos on the 7 inch screen almost anywhere you go. Charging your iPod in the integrated dock as it plays, you can also watch DVDs or play music from CDs or MP3 CDs, not to mention from your iPod as well.

Power the player with its built-in rechargeable battery or plug it in to the wall with the included AC adapter. Use the car adapter and car seat strap to let the kids watch a video from the back seat. Go traditional and watch the videos on your TV screen using the included AV cable. You have several playback options from zoom to fast speed.

Features of the iLuv i1055 include:

7" Widescreen display
Portable DVD Player with iPod Video Dock
Watch the video files on your iPod Video on the widescreen display
Plays DVD, VCD, CD, MP3, MP4 AND JPEG CD files
S-Video and AV outputs allows you to watch videos on your TV
Convenient angle, subtitle and audio functions
Other functions include zoom, slow and fast motion edit
Charges iPod Video whilst docked
Battery charging time between 3 - 4 hours
2.8 hour battery life (fully charged) when using as DVD player
Remote control for player (not iPod)
Compatible with 30GB, 60GB AND 80GB iPod Video

The iLuv i1055 unit comes complete with the following items:
Remote control
AC Adaptor
DC Adaptor
AV Cable
Headphones
Carry pouch

4 Comments

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wow this is pretty awesome... if only it had scart or component in

Seems like a decent price.

What YOU don't say anywhere in your description is it's GRADE A REFURBISHED:x

When watching video from the Ipod all navigation is done via the ipod controls

Review: macworld.co.uk/ipo…ate
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