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Slice – Raspberry Pi optimeret som medieafspiller

Slice mediaplayer Man kan stille spørgsmålet, om vi ikke har nok medieafspillere på markedet allerede, men det afholder ikke Kickstarter projektet Slice. De vil bygge en ny Raspberry Pi baseret medieafspillet.

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Slice er en lille transportabel medieafspiller med en 1 TB indbygget harddisk. Du kan på billedet ovenfor se Raspberry Pi Model A kortet monteret som udvidelseskort. Der er 4GB flash hukommelse til XBMC softwaren.

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Boksen er udrustet med en LED lystripe i midten, der kan skifte farve.

Prisen inklusiv 1 TB harddisk er [currency amount=”159″ from=”GBP” to=”DKK” iso=true between=” svarende til ” append=”” round_append=””]

Man får for den pris:

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  • Slice media player
  • 1Tb Hard Drive
  • Slice remote control (with USB RF dongle)
  • Power supply (with worldwide connectors)
  • HDMI Cable
  • USB Cable (to load media onto Slice from a PC)
  • Simple Instructions
  • Protective carry bag

 

Man kan spørge om man ikke betaler en del ekstra for en kasse, fjernbetjening og 1 TB harddisk. Til det svarer en bagmændende bag Slice, Mo Volans, følgende:

We have spent months creating custom hardware + code with drivers written specifically for the purpose of making Slice run smoothly. 3D works great, as does Airplay, Samba, the high resolution DAC (24bit / 192khz) and 5.1 passthrough. There is also IR, RTC on board SATA and a smart switchable USB bridge for loading the drive.

I have stress tested Slice with the highest bit rate video (upto 50gb files) and it plays everything without a hitch, so far I haven’t been able to fold it even with the largest uncompressed files.

I can guarantee that the user experience is silky smooth and responsive – including the menu navigation – I am super critical about these things and wouldn’t release something that didn’t meet my own high standards. I will be putting out a performance update video very soon!

Se Kickstarter siden for Slice her

Kilde: Techradar

 

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