|Price incl. VAT||£21.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£18.25|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £1.75 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £1.09 Possibility to return products within two months||
Affordable MP4 player HYUNDAI MPC 401 will be a great partner on the road while waiting at the doctor when you should help shorten a long time favorite songs, shows or listening to FM radio. The player is equipped with high-quality color display with a diagonal of 1.8 ". The controller is implemented using a few buttons and is very intuitive. This also contributes a tidy menu and individual sections. The player boasts 2GB of internal flash memory that can be further according to needs to expand via memory cards microSD or microSDHC.
HYUNDAI MPC 401 can cope with playing the most common image formats, both audio and video, including JPG, BMP, MP3, WMA, WAV and AMV. In addition, the device also installed a digital PLL tuner for pure listening to your favorite FM radio stations. The ideal setting for audio playback is available equalizer. Other features of this multimedia device mode voice recorder allowing you to record spoken notes or important lecture. Through 3.5mm jack, you can connect a favorite headset and USB 2.0 interface is used to charge a connection to a computer or other devices. O power supply ensures quality Li-Pol battery that keeps MP4 player alive very long time. Black paint finish is complemented by a stylish green stripe.
Screen Size: 1.8 "
Type of internal memory: flash
The size of the internal memory: 2 GB
Supported memory cards: microSD / microSDHC
Multimedia Playback Formats:
JPG, BMP, MP3, WMA, WAV, AMV
Digital PLL tuner (FM radio)
Type: Li-Pol battery
Battery life when playing audio: 10 hours
Battery life for video playback: 4.5 hours
8.4 x 4.5 x 1.2 cm
black with green stripe
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