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Energy M2700 Shift Ruby Red DVD Player

Posted in dvd players by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2010

Energy Sistem has introduced a new portable DVD player called the Energy M2700. This player has all of the basic functions that you need and can read DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, CD-R, and CD-RW. It measures 21cm x 4cm x 15.8cm and weighs in at 840 grams.

The Energy M2700 also features a 7-inch high-resolution widescreen display, a USB port and an SD/MMC/MS card reader. It can also be used as a digital picture frame.

Nintendo NES DVD Player

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on October 3rd, 2010

If the NES were released today, this is what it would look like as you load up your Lost DVD. Once the tray goes in, you’ll need eject it again and blow on the DVD. It’s a beautiful creation.

The controller has been hollowed out and once you flip it over a DVD remote has been placed inside which controls it. Great mod. I may have to build this one myself.

Aiptek DVD Player Projector channels the 50s

Posted in DVD by Conner Flynn on August 15th, 2010

The Aiptek DVD Player Projector is clearly drawing on some powerful 50s nostalgia, looking to bring back Bakelite and chrome. If you’re looking for an LED projecting, DVD playing, Karaoke combo plastic blob that looks like something old, well here it is.

It will cost you £229.95. This portable projector produces images from the integrated DVD player up to 50″/127cm diagonally across at 480×240 resolution.

Sony Portable DVD Player with extra long battery life

Posted in dvd players by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2010

DVDs aren’t dead yet. Everyone is still using them despite Blu-Ray. And if you watch a lot of DVDs, you’ll want to check out the Sony DVP-FX950. The battery provides up to 7.5-hours of playback time. Perfect for those who travel often.

The Sony DVP-FX950 features a 9-inch (800 x 480) LED backlight display and supports JPEG and MP3 files stored on a CD or a USB flash drive. Those in Japan will be able to purchase the Sony DVP-FX950 on June 18th.

Coby Electronics recalls portable DVD players for fire hazard

Posted in Handheld Entertainmnet by Shane McGlaun on October 23rd, 2009

cobydvdrecallI am not sure why so many of the recalls in the electronics industry are the faulty of defective batteries. You would think when all of those laptops were recalled over bad batteries the industry would have learned its lesson. Apparently not, Coby Electronics recalled over 19,000 portable DVD players today due to a fire hazard from faulty battery packs.

The DVD player in question is the TF-DVD-8501 DVD/CD.MP3 players with an 8.5-inch screen. The batteries covered in the recall will have a serial number starting with the letters HY. The serial number can be found on a white sticker on the battery.

Epson Dreamio EH-DM30 projector

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2009

Epson Dreamio EH-DM30 projectorCheck out this new projector from Epson. Isn’t it dreamio? Epson thinks so, if the name is any indication. The Epson Dreamio EH-DM30 comes with a built-in DVD player and houses 10W x 2ch speakers. It’s capable of throwing 720p images with a maximum 1,280 x 800 resolution.

Some other specs include a 3,000:1 contrast ratio, 2,500 lumens brightness and HDMI. The built-in DVD player can handle JPEG, MP3, WMA and DivX/DivX Ultra file formats as well. You can plug your USB flash drive in directly to enjoy your images big.

iLuv i1166 digital media player

Posted in iLuv by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2009

iLuv i1166 digital media playerILuv has unveiled its latest digital media player, the i1166, which features an iPod interface and a large 9 inch screen that should be perfect for watching video. It should arrive in mid-October for $269.99. When docked, you will have complete control over an iPod, using an AC adapter.

The i1166 is also compatible with the iPod touch 2G, nano 5G, nano 4G, original touch, and nano 3G, plus the iPod classic and iPod with video. The player is also DivX certified and has a built-in DVD player. Looks like you are really getting your money’s worth.

Sharper Image releases 19″ and 22″ LCD TVs with iPod Dock and DVD Player

Posted in LCD by Conner Flynn on September 24th, 2009

Sharper Image releases 19″ and 22″ LCD TVs with iPod Dock and DVD PlayerThe Sharper Image is starting to out some of their products again. Here we have 19 and 22 inch LCD TVs, each with an iPod Dock and DVD Player. The TSI-LCD22DVDi LCD sports a built in DVD player, USB, SD card reader and an iPod dock.

It looks pretty close to the JVC LCD TV’s that have the same feature. Other features include HDMI, PC Audio, VGA, component, S-Video, and RCA inputs. If 22″ is not the optimal size for you, Amazon has the same model in a 19″ version.

LG LU7000 with built-in DVD player

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on September 3rd, 2009

LG LU7000 with built-in DVD playerNow here’s an attractive design from a company that knows how to do sexy when it wants to. LG’s LU7000 TV is perfect for those with limited space. Hell, it’s just plain nice to look at. The LU7000 series comes in sizes from 19″ to 22″, and features an integrated DVD player. That means you’ll be saving some space on your shelf, not to mention you’ll have less wires.

It also sports built-in speakers, a few HDMI ports, one USB 2.0 port and Freeview inside. The TV is compatible with most file formats, so you can view JPEGs and listen to music using the USB 2.0 port. We don’t have any pricing, but we can tell you that it will be arriving in the UK this month.

Terminator head DVD player is most awesome thing ever

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on August 16th, 2008

Terminator head DVD player is most awesome thing ever
It really is the most awesome thing ever. But being from the future, shouldn’t it know about Blu-Ray by now? It’s a DVD player / Terminator head! There’s not much info about this thing online, like where to buy it etc. Probably because Sarah Connor erased the info after she blew it up. All I can tell you for sure is that the Terminator head DVD player can not be reasoned with, it can’t be killed and it will hunt you until you are dead… While playing such DVDs as When Harry Met Sally or Beaches in it’s DVD head to pass the time while in the past.