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Iomega Screenplay DX
Most probably Realtek 1185 based. Innovative Qwerty keyboard remote. Has Netflix support. Comes with 1TB hard drive.
|January 2011 2743 days agoLaunch Date |
Ranking 253/829 ?
Player Type Media Player (Sigma)
Chipset Family Sigma 865x (2009) ?
Chipset Model Sigma 8655 @ 0.5Ghz Single Core
Chipset Rating 3 /5 ?
Storage Internal 3.5" SATA (1) USB (3)
Network 10/100 Optional Wi-Fi(n) ?
Size 203 x 157 x 47mm Fan No info
Video Outputs HDMI Component Composite
Audio Outputs HDMI Stereo Analog TOSLINK
DVD ISO No info Blu-Ray ISO No info
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There are 6 comments
May 23, 2011 - 12:52
does this device have a fan?
May 18, 2011 - 20:58
May 10, 2011 - 23:27
I tested the Screenplay DX today. (fw 1.01?) I like the keyboard (uh remote) very much. Responsive (although ir). The GUI is not very exiting. It does what it needs to do, but nothing more. Also the info on the movie is limited. Wifi worked all right (upnp/cifs). The device is fanless. So no noise at all. Youtube was flash (XL), Picassa was there but not much else I can remember. The internet browser worked OK (stated Beta). Only the ENTER button didn't work on search (same with youtube xl). You need to put the mouse cursor over the button first. Kinda clumsy. Conclusion: good mediaplayer with great remote. GUI could be better.
April 02, 2011 - 19:43
On closer investigation the chipset is probably a 1185. It does have a web browser. The same with the other DX player. In this case the chipset is derived from the feature list and format support. Expect an update to the relevant pages soon.
April 03, 2011 - 16:17
Ok I see. Thanks.
April 02, 2011 - 19:10
Old chipset? Not getting what is advertised? Bad player then from bad company. Have you tested the player yourself? Where did you get chipset from?
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