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Bargain Watch: HTC DLNA Media Link @ £44 inc!

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PaulOBrien    1,450

Do you have a HTC handset with DLNA support and no DLNA target to use it with?

If so, then this little (literally, it's tiny!) bargain may be of interest to you!

HTC's DLNA Media Link (DG H100) device is currently available at eXpansys (who also run the official HTC accessory store) for £43.99 + delivery - 3.7% cashback with topcashback which comes in at just slightly over £44 (RRP £119.99)! A HDMI cable is included in the price too so you're ready to go.

From the product description...


Want to stream your photos and videos from your phone to your TV without the need for messy cables, but don't have one of the latest DLNA certified TVs? The DG H100 Media Link from HTC is the perfect solution. DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance and is a technology that lets you send media between enabled devices over a Wi-Fi connection.

Compatible with all DLNA enabled HTC handsets, the Media Link is a multimedia adaptor that enables you to stream your media without having to buy a new TV - this fantastic little gadget connects your TV to your DNLA-enabled Wi-Fi network. By simply plugging into your TV's HDMI port (via the supplied HDMI cable) you can now stream whatever you want, video and movies (up to 720p HD quality), photos or music directly from your HTC phone wirelessly to your now fully DLNA compatible screen. You can even watch media from your PC on your TV using the Media Link and your HTC device.

Features you'll love:

  • Turns any TV with an HDMI port into a DLNA enabled TV

  • Stream media wirelessly from your HTC device to your TV via your home Wi-Fi connection

  • View media on your PC directly on your phone, or stream it via your phone to your TV


Now, aside from the above... I have a particular reason for being interested in the Media Link device... apparently the device itself runs Android (albeit locked away and you can't get to it). Maybe some hacking potential there... ;)

I have one on the way to have a play... (I'm hoping it will work well with Skifta... i'll let you know!

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