1080P HD USB HDMI SD/MMC Multi TV Media Player RMVB MKV
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Features: Directly read SD card and USB hard disk, and play directly to TV, LCD & CRT. Rich video output interfaces, the real digital HDMI1.3 interfaces, YPrPb, AV. Support picture format: JPEG, BMP,
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Making the above more frustrating is the fact that the remote has an annoying 2 second delay so you never know if your button press "takes". In addition to the delay, sometimes the signal doesn't seem to reach the box at all. Very poorly designed remote - is it really necessary to have 41 buttons? They are of course non-illuminated, and the markings are very hard to read. Batteries are not included.
Anyway I did manage to get it to play a couple of movies and the picture quality was fine. However the difficulty in getting it to work is a deal-breaker so mine's going back.
However, after using it 15 or 20 times I have a number of negative comments to make ranging from simple frustration to major concern:
Frustrating: the firmware easily gets "confused" and will not, for example, play an MP3 track that it previously played. The "fix" is to unplug the power supply and plug it back in (reboot).
Minor: the unit seems unable to tell me how much of the currently playing movie has been consumed (it displays a "progress bar" when playing music; a similar bar would be appreciated when showing a movie).
Minor: the unit does not indicate which movie files have been seen already (but it does remember, if you hit the play button, the most recent "stopping point" so "resuming play" will inform you if you were partway through the movie or were rolling the credits when you shut down that particular movie).
Medium: the remote's buttons do not always get you the result you expected (e.g. the "stop/backup" button does not stop a music track from playing) and, worse, there appears to be no way of "backing up" to the "home screen" (even the "home" button does not get you to that screen); ultimately what you "get back to: is a black screen... the only "fix" is to reboot the unit by powering it off/on).
Frustrating: a video taken in portrait mode is shown in landscape and I've been unable to determine how to rotate it (photos can be easily rotated) so you have to tilt your head sideways to make such a video appear "upright".
MAJOR CONCERN: twice in the relatively few times I've operated this unit it has "completely locked up" while showing a movie (reminds me of the "blue screen of death" on a PC running Vista). When that happens none of the buttons on either the remote or on the unit itself have ANY effect whatsoever; the only solution is to UNPLUG the power supply and plug it back in (the equivalent of rebooting a "frozen PC"). Both times the device recovered but it's memory of the conditions at the time of the failure had been wiped out and, thus, it did not remember the 'restart' point for the movie I was watching. In and of itself the lockup/reboot is merely a frustrating and relatively insignificant process... my real concern is that I suspect this failure to be a symptom of an inherent weakness in the electronics. If that is the case then one of these times recovery may prove to be impossible.
My bottom line: knowing what I now know would I buy this unit again? I don't think so. I would look for a product with similar capabilities and pay a little more in the hopes of getting one that has been programmed better, is less prone to acting "erratically".