Tuesday 6 June 2006
Ever wanted to record something on TV and then watch it on your PSP? Tired of movie conversion software and USB leads? Well, this snazzy new gadget from Neuros could provide the answer.
The Neuros MPEG4 video recorder is a user-friendly piece of technological wizardry that allows you to record MPEG4-formatted movies straight from the TV on to your PSP memory stick (or compact flash memory card). Once you've done that, just put the stick back in your PSP and you're away. This nifty device can actually record from any video source, which means you can convert satellite TV, camcorder movies or DVDs with minimal fuss.
Exclusively distributed in the UK by Pinpoint Consumer Electronics, the unit usually retails for £150 and is available from many stores including online retailer Amazon.
But, as luck would have it, we've got three of these babies to give away. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning one is correctly answer this question:
Which company distributes the Neuros MPEG4 video recorder in the UK?
(a) Pinpoint Consumer Electronics
To enter, click here to email us with your answer, name and full address. The closing date for entries is Monday 3 July 2006.
Above: The Neuros MPEG4 video recorder can convert TV signals into PSP movie files
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2. Prizes are non-transferable, non-negotiable and no cash alternatives will be offered.
3. The promoter reserves the right to substitute the prize for another prize of equal value.
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