DMP2009 is a portable HDD media player built in with personal video recorder. As small as a DVD case, it has a built in SATA Hard disk capacity of 320 GB. DMP2009
The device is useful even for recording EDUSAT programmes or any satellite based programmes in colleges for later telecast. Moreover, it is an economical solution as it replaces the PC, TV, tuner card and the manpower needed to record programmes. It also eliminates consumables like DVD's for saving the content.
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DMP2009 has NAS functions which enable you to manage and exchange files between the media player and PC through network. The media player can identify all the media files on the network and can run those files on to the TV. You could run movies or programmes on TV anywhere in the canteen or hostel, provided the programmes are available on the server or any PC in the network. It has both Ethernet connectivity as well as WiFi for network access.
It is a true personal device as one could copy movies, music, and photos from PC to DMP2009 and enjoy the multimedia content with the family on TV. One can even use this device to watch movies while on the move. DMP2009 is available at INR 12,000 + taxes with one year warranty.
A truly four-in-one product, it functions like a DVD player, TV recorder, external HDD and a NAS device. It boasts of true multi-format media decoding and encoding, supports decoding many media formats including video (RM/RMVB, H.264, MPEG-2/4, DivX, Xvid, FLV,WMV,Avi), Music(MP3, WMA) and photo(JPG,GIF,BMP). It also supports video clips from You Tube (FLV Video).
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