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Dune HD Smart H1
Version of the Smart D1 with a HDD slot bay replacing the LCD screen. Can be expanded with matching HDD or BD add-ons called 'Smart HE' (HDD enclosure), Smart 'BE' (BD-ROM enclosure), and Smart 'ME' (2*SATA enclosure). There is also a BD-ROM version called Smart B1.
The new Dunes are basically repackaged versions of the Dune Base 3.0. The chipset used is the same, the rest of the hardware is very similar, and they use the same firmware.
None of the Dune players have any on-demand support, and the default interface is very basic. There are now other equally capable players with a longer feature list, but at a lower price.
|November 2010 2500 days agoLaunch Date |
Ranking 135/824 ?
Player Type Media Player (Sigma)
Chipset Family Sigma 864x (2009) ?
Chipset Model Sigma 8642 @ 0.67Ghz Single Core
Chipset Rating 3 /5 ?
Storage Internal 3.5" SATA (1) eSATA (1) USB (3) SD
Network 10/100* Optional Wi-Fi(n) ?
Size 276 x 142 x 65mm Fan Yes
Video Outputs HDMI Component Composite
Audio Outputs HDMI Stereo Analog TOSLINK
DVD ISO Yes Blu-Ray ISO Yes
MPCClub /8646 Upgrade
Places to Buy
Dune Smart H1 Discussion
There are 5 comments
February 05, 2012 - 22:42
I don't think this unit has a fan, and neither does the B1. At least that's what some other people say. And I can't see a fan on the "internals" photos i can find. Can anyone confirm that the D1/H1/B1 doesn't have a fan?
November 24, 2010 - 20:47
Hi, Does anyone know if the Dunes is able to keep playing started music while changing to a slideshow of pictures for the purpose of having background music. The Asus O!Play HD2 did so. I found that to be a great feature, but unfortunately i had to return it because of a firmware chip problem and I want to use this chance to go for the dune (the best?) player now. Thanks !
October 04, 2010 - 18:14
Where can I buy one of these ?? I am in the UK
September 05, 2010 - 02:24
239 USD = 185 EUR
WE DO NOT HAVE 34.59% OF V.A.T !!!!
Are you trying to scam european users ????
August 19, 2010 - 00:32
No Gigabit Ethernet, no USB 3.0 ... so we're back to 5 MB/s dumps.
Useless for me, and too expensive for spanish economy
I'll check pirated chinese units ...
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