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Lacie LaCinema Classic 1TB External Multimedia Hard Drive £107.09 (import duty and taxes to add) @ B4U DIRECT + FREE POSTAGE
Lacie LaCinema Classic 1TB External Multimedia Hard Drive £107.09 (import duty and taxes to add) @ B4U DIRECT + FREE POSTAGE

Lacie LaCinema Classic 1TB External Multimedia Hard Drive £107.09 (import duty and taxes to add) @ B4U DIRECT + FREE POSTAGE

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Great HDMI Multimedia Hard Drive which plays a whole host of compressed formats with ease.

No it doesn't play MKV's but, to be fair, i dont know anyone who's actually bothered by that.

Perfect for your general storage needs.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
The Lacie LaCinema Classic external hard drive, designed by Neil Poulton, is ideal for bringing multimedia content to the comfort of your living room. This multimedia hard drive has a wide range of connection ports, including HDMI, coaxial digital, RCA and USB for compatibility with both TVs and computers. What's more, this 1TB hard drive can upscale videos in standard resolution to optimise viewing on an HD screen. This compact and stylish device therefore ensures excellent image quality, no matter what you're watching. The LaCinema Classic is compatible with a whole load of compressed formats, including MPEG-4, XVid, DivX, JPEG and MP3. You'll also find the main subtitling standards catered for too.

TECHICAL INFO:
Capacity : 1 TB
Content : Power cable, HDMI cable, stereo audio and composite video cable, remote control (batteries included), USB cable, CD
Interface : Composite video, HDMI, stereo (L/R), digital coaxial /SPDIF
Required configuration : PC or Mac with USB portWindows XP SP2, Windows VistaTM /Mac OS X 10.3 or laterInternet connection for downloading firmware updatesTV system: PAL, NTSC
Size : 117 x 193 x 45 mm
Weight : 950 g

7 Comments

No it doesn't play MKV's but, to be fair, i dont know anyone who's … No it doesn't play MKV's but, to be fair, i dont know anyone who's actually bothered by that.



LOL - I do, the first thing Im always asked about when discussing media players is does it do MKV's. They are fast becoming more common than avi's.

Yep! Mkv is a must.

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Fair enough :thumbsup:

Grimulus;8788119

Fair enough :thumbsup:



Didnt vote hot or cold BTW, its not a bad price but it can be had for cheaper by a couple of quid
thanks anyway :thumbsup:

MKV is very important as its the Blu-ray HD format, and impossible to stream through PS3.

I have a wired connection and it stutters when I try play a highbit rate 1080p file.

But play AVCHD 1080p and all is ok.

I would not buy anything that did not have MKV, thats why I am trying to get rid of the PS3 for a new LG390 as that will stream MKV

If you're not using it to play HD MKVs, why would you need such a massive hard drive?

Also, if you've got a tv with HDMI and you play downloaded content, why the hell would you download SD stuff?

Stupid machine. Cold. :thumbsup:
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