How to Buy A HDD Player Online

By: Jenny Yu

Withso many information and entertainment now available online, it'squite hard to delete those information in our hard drives once wereach their maximum capacity. We used to be content with 20GB of harddisk capacity and we even used to brag that we have a 40GB hard diskcapacity. But now, 40GB is almost nothing if you're a movie, music orTV fan. Although you can burn all your favorite shows on your CDs,it's still better to have them all in your computer.

Ifyou're still clinging to your 20GB laptop or have just bought thatcool ASUS EEE PC with less than 10GB hard disk capacity, you mightneed to purchase a HDD Player and a harddisk drive to upgrade the storage capacity.

HDDPlayers are small boxes big enough for one hard disk. Sittingoutside the computer or a laptop, it has the capacity to read thehard disk in your computer. Connecting this gadget to the computer orlaptop is really easy since it uses USB 2.0. Depending on your budgetthere are different types of players to choose from. The only commonthing about these gadgets is that it connects to computers via USBand it can store files.

Thebasic form of HDD Players allows you to store files only. That's themost bareback of all products. Although some may come in fancydesign, it's just another storage device. But there are those modelsthat upgrade a hard disk to the next level. Instead of reading thecontents of the hard disk, the player comes with complete connectorsto your television. The result is, you have a media player that readshard disks. Last but not the least is your ultimate mobile hard diskplayers. This type of player comes with a screen that lets you watchmovies and even listen to music. Some sell this as a photobank, butit is much, much more.

Withhundreds of HDD players on the market, finding the one that meetsyour needs can be a confusing and daunting experience. So we're hereto help you simplify the process. Here are 4 tips for your buying aHDD Player:

  1. Checkthe capacity of the player. Unfortunately, a HDD Media Player willalways have a limit. Don't just buy something online if they do notindicate its capacity. Usually their capacity could be from 80GB upto 600GB or even more. The higher the price, the bigger itscapacity.

  1. Checkthe file format that the player support. Usually, a HDD MultimediaPlayer can support VCD, DVD, MPEG1/2/4, DIVX3.X-5.X, AVI, ASF, VOB,DAT, MP4, MPG, PEG, BMP, GIF and MP3.

  1. Ifpossible, purchase an player with a built-in hard disk - althoughthis is rare, it certainly beats the trouble of inserting the harddisk inside your player. You don't even have to worry about formatsince usually they are already formatted to be read.

4.Compare the prices of different suppliers' offerHealth Fitness Articles, then get the playerwith multifunction but the lowest price.

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