Question about Mustek PVR-H140 Digital Media Player
Is it possible to use a hard disk capacity of greater than 40 Gb ?
Yes, No Problem The PVR-H140 is fitted with a Standard Laptop IDE Drive, though be careful not to damage the connector as it is quite delicate, if you can afford it you may want to fit one of the new solid state drives, this will have the advantage of using a lot less power so considerably increasing the battery life..
Also be aware opening the unit may invalidate your warrenty if you have one.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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