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**B Grade** O!Play HD2 HDMI 1080P Media Player & NAS
B Grade items may have been used, have damaged packaging, missing accessories or a combination of these (Motherboards may be missing I/O shields).
Some items may have scuff marks or slight scratches but should otherwise be an operable product.
Key Features :-
- World's First USB3.0 HD Media Player allows up to 10x faster data transfer speeds.
- 3.5"HDD Storage Capacity with NAS Support providing server functionality for iTunes, Samba ,FTP and BitTorrent.
- Seamless Entertainment with DLNA making media streaming easy.
- Custom Designed Streamlined User Interface for uncompromised menu navigation.
- Control O!Play HD2 from your iPhone®!
- Dolby TrueHD Decode and Pass Through Support
- Full HD 1080p & Comprehensive Formats Support
- Please note a hard drive is not included in the package.
Tons of Online Content are just a few clicks away with online media services
Over 2000 internet radio stations
- Stock info
- Content is constantly being added and updated.
Dolby TrueHD 7.1 Channel Audio for Theater-Like Enjoyment
Dolby TrueHD digital surround sound takes full advantage of Blu-ray Disc audio quality with 7.1 channel output for immersive and theater-like enjoyment. It lets you experience Real HD quality in both video and audio.
Seamless Entertainment with Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)
DLNA is a standard for moving media across a variety of devices. With DLNA, O!Play lets you transfer and manage media files quickly and have them play on your TV via a wired internet connection.
Full HD 1080p and Multiple Formats Support
O!Play HD2 supports the most demanding and popular formats and DVD functional navigation of Blu-ray ISO and IFO formats. Furthermore, play recorded digital videos directly from camcorders to revisit those cherished moments.
Big Digital Photo Frame Functionality
Plug in a storage device and instantly build your own photo libraries to share with family and friends or enjoy anytime.
O!Play HD2 works with Picasa and Flickr right on your TV, so what used to be tiny frames on the PC are now properly huge mementos to treasure and adore.