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Iomega ScreenPlay TV Link Director Edition Full 1080p Digital Multimedia Player - Audio Player, Photo Viewer, Video Player - 34429

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The device doesn't save usernames and passwords when you connect it to a network share. Navigation of network folders is slow and cumbersome. Remote control is of poor quality with repeated button-presses required for the device to detect the keypress. Maximum video resolution is 1080i - there was no 1080p option in the menu. I have several other media players (Patriot Box Office, WD HD TV Live, etc) and this is by far the worst unit I've ever seen. I just printed my RMA label - this puppy is going back.

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Headline says it all" video keeps pausing, YouTube doesn't work, this thing going in the garage, I probably just use the cables that came with it or if I need a screws for another device. Very disappointed in Iomega. Iomega , take this off shelf because products like this gives your company a bad name and people stop buying other products from you as well. One more thing, thisdevice gets so hot after 30 min u can fry an egg on it.

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This one is a well-versed tv link

by Davian Gerry on 8/13/2010

I have many storehouses of movies. All my 1 TB’s and 2 TB’s of music and videos are being explored in all its details with the TV link director 34429. Worked out of the box and I’m enjoying every unit of my collection with its hi-defn standards. On Mac 10.6 and at home pc, it is equally good. And whenever I watch slide shows and misc snaps, I play music on tv link coz I have Tons of music which are stored n tucked away in many of the usb flash drives I keep. Any media format plays fast on this, there has been no issues evn with divx videos...and its portable…thus I take it wherever. Hope it lasts longer than a year because my WD dint last beyond 3 months. Trying Iomega for the first time, I hope it lasts atleast a lill longer than WD did.

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Tv link n hdtv’z my personal theater-luxury

by Danny Myles on 8/20/2010

I have a Sony Bravia. In my time-off agenda, Movie theaters are now taking a back seat. Within the comforts of my home, I am able to enjoy all my favorite celluloid blockbusters and playlists. H.264 n AVCHD flow with equal ease, and nowadays the Sony is much busier than ever. I could reclaim viewing all my favorite pics and music in its entire charm without having to spend time on setting up, formatting and so on..

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Product Overview

Enjoy movies from your USB drive or home network directly on your HDTV! No matter where you have your media files stored, you can enjoy them on your HDTV using the new feature-rich Iomega ScreenPlay® TV Link, Director Edition. This full 1080p high-definition media player offers network connectivity to store & access your videos, music and photo collections. Easily browse your network to select videos to view on your home theatre or access online content with the convenient remote. You can also plug in your USB flash drive or portable hard drive to view your photos, video, and music with two convenient USB ports on the front of the device. Compatible with the latest media formats such as H.264, MP3, AC3 (Dolby® Digital Encoding), WAV, WMA, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (AVI/VOB), MPEG-4 (AVI/XViD), DivX® and JPEG. It supports the Iomega USB WIFI Adapter for wireless access (adapter sold separately). DivX® Certified to play DivX video, including premium content.

Feature Rich - Enjoy high definition movies on your home theatre; store and access media files on your home network
  • Create Play Lists for your music
  • Create Slideshows and Photo albums
  • View digital videos or movies
    Convenient - Browse your home network to select media files to enjoy on your HDTV with a touch of the remote; directly access online media sites; connect to your WIFI network (adapter required), add an Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive to save all your media files in one place

    Versatile - Supports many CODECs and file types including H.264 so you can enjoy your entire media collection; 3 USB ports for multiple connections to external storage, camera, or flash drives; Listen to music while you watch a photo slide show
    Portable - Compact enclosure so you can take along to enjoy with friends and family or when you travel
    Access to Online Media - Access online sites like YouTube, Flickr, RSS feeds
  • Specifications

    Manufacturer Iomega
    Mfg Part# 34429
    SKU 215476539
    UPC 742709344299
    UPC 14 00742709344299
    Product Guide Check out all the different ways Iomega products can be used within your home and/or home office!
    Tech Specs
    Interfaces: 10/100 Ethernet, USB 2.0 (3 x Host), AV
    Wireless Ready: Supports Iomega USB Wi-Fi adapters for wireless access up to 802.11b/g/n (adapter sold separately)
    Video CODECs: MPEG-1; MPEG-2 (AVI/VOB); MPEG-4 (AVI/XViD); DivX®, H.264; WMV; AVCHD
    Audio: MP3, AC3 (Dolby® Digital Encoding), WAV, OGG, WMA, AAC
    Photos: JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG, TIFF
    Resolution: full 1080p High-Definition (24fps)
    File types: .mkv, .avi, .asf, .iso, .vob, .mp4, .mov, .wmv, .flv, .ifo
    Standards: NTSC/PAL
    AV connections: HDMI, composite video, audio R/L; component video: Y, Pb, Pr, optical audio
    What You Get
    Iomega® ScreenPlay TV Link Director
    Remote Control
    Power Supply
    HDMI Cable
    Composite Video Cable
    Quick Start Guide
    Three year limited warranty with product registration within 90 days of purchase.
    * Requires TV and USB storage device (sold separately) such as hard drive (NTFS or FAT32), flash drive, or Iomega REV drive in order to play stored media content
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