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9th April 2012, 11:03 PM |#11  
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my understanding was the media link only worked with Sense 4, so not sure its compatible with all devices. It is compatible with all TVs/monitors that have a HDMI port. THe Media Link comes with a built in rechargeable battery which is charged the same way as your phone with a micro usb cable.
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9th April 2012, 11:17 PM |#12  
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How long does the battery last while your watching movie through the Media Link?

Doesn't matter because you can charge it as you watch?

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10th April 2012, 02:12 AM |#13  
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Does anyone have any news about the availability of this item? I have already had to cancel several orders online, due to online retailers saying they have it in stock. A couple say they have it in stock but when you order, your order goes to backorder... So anyone with information about when its going to be released, or who the first company is to get it... that would be very helpful to me. PS. dont order from mobicity.com.au !
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Doesn't matter because you can charge it as you watch?

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Not necessarily. It'd be nice to be able to take this to someone's house, connect it to their tv, and stream a movie or something. Sometimes finding an available outlet in those situations is annoying.

So I'm also wondering about battery life..
10th April 2012, 04:36 AM |#15  
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How long does the battery last while your watching movie through the Media Link?

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Doesn't matter because you can charge it as you watch?

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that isn't an answer to the question - some people, eh?
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Not necessarily. It'd be nice to be able to take this to someone's house, connect it to their tv, and stream a movie or something. Sometimes finding an available outlet in those situations is annoying.

I couldnt agree more. People are reluctant to have you messing with the plugs on their television and peripherals. If you could simply plug into hdmi and watch a movie or two on battery it would be truly portable and much less intrusive if you were to take it to a friends or relatives house.
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I couldnt agree more. People are reluctant to have you messing with the plugs on their television and peripherals. If you could simply plug into hdmi and watch a movie or two on battery it would be truly portable and much less intrusive if you were to take it to a friends or relatives house.

Yeah and quite possibly the only things u would require would be the phone and media link - both pocket friendly - well, as long as your mates got a spare hdmi cable

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Shouldn't the media link comes with a hdmi cable itself?

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10th April 2012, 06:42 PM |#19  
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10th April 2012, 08:27 PM |#20  
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Yeah and quite possibly the only things u would require would be the phone and media link - both pocket friendly - well, as long as your mates got a spare hdmi cable

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By the looks of it it seems the Media Link HD itself needs plugging into a power supply. All the videos I've seen of it on YouTube in operation show two cables coming out of it (the HDMI cable and presumably the power cable?). Plus when you look on the Mobile Fun site, it shows two ports on it...a HDMI port and a Micro USB port:

http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/htc-dg-h2...ter-p34391.htm
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I thought it required plugging in at all times but people have been sayin it has a battery :-s will need to wait and see I suppose

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