Archive for the ‘Video Player’ Category
Philips CinemaOne has been claimed as one of the smallest complete home entertainment centres in the world. It comes complete with DVD and CD player, an iPod dock, a four channel amplifier and a subwoofer all in a single stylish box which measure about the size of football. Available this month at £320.
LG has released its LG DP889 ~ Digital Picture Frame/DVD Player. It has an 8-inch LCD display plus an integrated DVD player. It also comes along with a 3-in-1 memory card slot, built-in speakers and dual headphone jacks. The supplied battery pack will give you 3 ½ hours of playback, just enough for a movie. The LG DP889 comes with a suggested price of $279.95 but someone is selling it at $199.99.
The standard video player just look to squarish to you, now this should suit you taste. It looks a little like the Xbox 360. With some floral design on top and a little on the front panel, this player plays DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, Picture CD. It has the progressive scan and chapter search feature and S-Video, Composite Video, Audio, Coaxial Digital Audio outputs. Measures 9.84 x 7.87 x 2.87 inch and weighs 5.51 pounds. Bring 50 bucks for this player and you’ll get couple bucks back.
[via 7 Gadgets]
Alright, at first glance I thought it was an electronic oven. Well, it is the LG’s new DVS450H DVD player, due to be out in October 2008. What makes it so cool is that it can be setup horizontally, vertically, or mounted on a wall. It features a HDMI port for the full HD resolution of up to 1080p, USB port for connecting to external hard drive. Supported formats include DivX, MP3, WMA, JPEG, DivX HD and Xvid-H. The LG DVS450H DVD player will be priced $238.
Look! Someone has turned the Endoskeleton Skull from The Terminator and T2 into a DVD player. I found it in Toxel, no other information provided. One more shot after the break. Read more…
Some said that worth more to get a Sony PS3 for Blu-ray movie, because you can play game + watching Blu-ray movie with it + it is also cheaper compare to a Blu-ray video player. But today, a Blu-ray player has come to contend with the PS3, the LG BD300 Network Blu-ray Disc Player. It will combine DVD-upconversion and Blu-ray playback with the ability to stream movies from your Netflix instant queue to create a strong one-two living room punch. You can update the player also over the internet. Now what about this? Well, I’ll still go for PS3.
The LG DP391B is a portable DVD player doubles up as a digital photo frame. It comes with an 8inch widescreen display, two headphone sockets card reader (SD, MMC and Memory Stick) and a 256MB of internal memory. The DP391B is available for £199. Looks nice but I’m little sick of sleek black design with that single round button.
You found some old porn tape under your bed but VCR player has already R.I.P. Luckily we got the Ion USB VCR, it is capable of converting your old home movies and other VHS videos straight to digital. It get connected to your computer via USB and captures video in MPEG4 supporting up to 720×480 resolutions and comes with RCA inputs for other analog video sources, and the composite video and audio line output to connect to regular TV. Read more…
The PSP-like MAxx Digital portable DVD player features 8.5 inch LCD widescreen display and supports for DVD, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, CD, CD-R/RW, VCD and SVCD formats and JPEG, MP3 and MPEG4 files. It has an integrated SD/MMS/MS memory card slot. The player is available for $120. Yes, similar to PSP but doesn’t let you play games. Read more…
Hooray! Blu-Ray! Sony has released a new Blu-Ray player codenamed BDP-550. It comes in a slim and blue-faced design and offers the support for Blu-Ray 2.0 spec, Bonus View PiP, and BD-Live, and features a 1GB storage device, 1080/60p and 24p True Cinema output, 7.1 channel Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, dts-HD High Resolution Audio, and dts-HD Master Audio decoding and bit-stream output and also the 7.1 channel analog audio output. The Sony BDP-550 Blu-Ray Player is available at $500 in the fall 2008.