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HD Media Player Plays Full 1080p Videos From Sd Cards and USB Flash Drives

by Paul Strauss
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Looking for a way to get high-def digital content on your TV? You might want to check out this nifty media player box that can play full HD videos directly from your SD or USB flash memory.

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Chinavasion’s CVHD-E16 media player lets you play videos in a wide variety of formats on your HDTV. There’s support for video files in MP4, MKV, MOV, MPEG, MPG, VOB, AVI, DIVX, XVID and RMVB formats, as well as audio files in MP3, AAC or WMA formats too. Wherever would you find videos to play on this thing?

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Just load up your video files onto an SD/MMC card or USB flash drive (SD max size 16GB/USB max size 32GB), plug it into the front of the player, and you’re off to the races. In addition to the HDMI digital multimedia output, there’s component video with coax, optical and plain old stereo analog outputs. The player supports HDMI 1.3, and outputs video in either 720p or 1080p resolutions. Also in the box is an infrared remote for you to easily navigate through your digital media from the other side of the room.

The CVHD-E16 HD media player is available over at Chinavasion for $108.66 (USD).



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