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Taking the concept of miniaturisation one step further is the Cirago CTM-1000. This player is about a quarter smaller than the already tiny WDTV Mini. It's a good thing it's cheap because you're liable to lose it down the back of the sofa.
Similar to the WDTV Mini, the Cirago is underpowered compared to most other players on our site. It cannot playback MKV, MOV, or .H264 and is incapable of 1080p. AV connectivity is poor with no digital audio out and only a combined 3.5" AV plug for both composite video and audio. Storage is via a single USB port or SD Cards.
If you value portability over and above anything else then this player could be the one. Only the Sumvision Micro beats it for size. However, if you want something that is capable of playing a wider selection of files then the WDTV Mini is similarly sized but usually cheaper with better format support and connectivity. Even our highest rated network players are hardly large (the WDTV Live is 5x4inches), so we are unsure how much of a selling point this degree of radical miniaturisation is.
|November 2009 3236 days agoLaunch Date |
Country No info
Ranking 774/833 ?
Chipset Family No info ?
Chipset Model No info No info Ghz Single Core
Chipset Rating 1 /5 ?
Storage USB (1) SD
Network: No Network ?
Size 76 x 76 x 18mm Fan No
Video Outputs HDMI Composite
Audio Outputs HDMI Stereo Analog
DVD ISO No Blu-Ray ISO No
Testfreaks [9/10] [Nov-09]
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June 10, 2010 - 14:20
cirago support very bad ,they not answer the mail,they vey lazy to do on firmware update.
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