Iomega RefurbScreenPlay Director HD Media Player @ Misco (£99.99)
Iomega RefurbScreenPlay Director HD Media Player @ Misco (£99.99)

Iomega RefurbScreenPlay Director HD Media Player @ Misco (£99.99)

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Its a refurbished product, with a 3 months warranty, Normal price is around £169.00

About The Product:

Enjoy a complete media experience with the feature-rich Iomega ScreenPlay Director HD Media Player. The ScreenPlay Director adds exceptional features like direct access to online media and network connections. This high definition multimedia player connects easily to your home network to store

At A Glance
Record video from a camera, cable box, or VCR with a one-touch record button.
Hi-Definition Enjoy 720p and 1080i movies on your home theater
Convenient Browse your home network to select stored media files to enjoy on your home theater
Great value Multimedia player plus network storage; a onetouch video record feature is included
Large capacity Save up to 500 GB of video, photos, or music files
Stylish Compact enclosure to complement your home entertainment environment


This maybe a recorder but its rubbish and its a refurb get yourself an AC Ryan playonHD mini for £87 from scan with a 2 year warranty and will play any streamed media you throw at it including 1080p blueray rips any shared media no matter on which PC Or Nas in the house is available instantly with no software. I have a popcorn hour that i payed nearly £300 for a couple of years back and the Ryan is as good as if not better its faster can be used as a Nas drive and is full HD this is not not HD its HD ready no doubt with limited support for new formats the Ryan is fully upgradeable to support any new formats that may come.

With delivery, and the vat on the delivery, it is £104.68

I can't think of the circumstances where I would want a refurb Hard Disk unit of any sort, especially one with only 3 months warranty, it doesn't exactly instil confidence!

HD without MKV support is rubbish! (Most high def/blu-ray movies are in MKV format). Also says 1TB but only 500gb in the description. Wonder which is right.
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