Posts Tagged ‘ PMP ’

Teclast T50 PMP offers capacitive multitouch

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Teclast has always turned out some decent-if-unspectacular PMPs, and its latest, the T50, is basically more of the same — but adds in a capacitive multitouch display. Apart from that, details are rather sketchy — and the product shots pretty renderiffic — so there’s not much else to judge, but the promised RVVB, FLV, and dual independent audio processors will make this one to check out if it ever hits our shores.

[Via thegadgetsite]

Pasen F10 PMP rips off both the iTunes and WMP icons

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Normally we’d let run-of-the-mill PMPs like Pasen’s F10 pass on by, but we just had to stop and call out the blatant use of both the iTunes and WMP icons here — even given Pasen’s history, that’s just a little much. Come on guys, the F10 looks like a solid little player — 2.6-inch 400 x 240 display, MP3 / AAC / FLAC / DivX / XviD / RMVB support, just 0.2 inches thick — why not actually try and let it compete, instead of saddling it with the trappings of irrelevant KIRFdom? Ugh, we have to go lie down.

[Via PMP Today]

Teclast’s M30 PMP is mildly attractive, mostly lackluster

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Truth be told, Teclast’s M30 seems be to a real looker at first, but we’re knocking off a few style points due the complete absence of originality. All it takes is a simple glance at the unit’s predecessors to realize that the outfit isn’t exactly going out on any limbs to innovate. Nevertheless, those still interested can look forward to a 2.8-inch 320 x 240 AMOLED display, USB 2.0 connectivity, FM tuner / recorder and support for AVI, RM, RMVB, BMP, MP3, JPEG and GIF file formats. Thankfully, the mediocrity is met with a suitable price tag — just $69 for the 2GB model and $82 for the 4GB edition.

[Via DAPReview]

PMP T-DMB de Acelab


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The company Korean Acelab has launched another new model PMP called T-DMB. This device integrates an LCD screen of 2.8 inches and a DMB tuner, a new generation of digital services and radio broadcasting for mobile communications systems. Continue reading

Viliv X7SD

 

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The Korean company Viliv has presented in his home country a new PMP, whose model is sometimes called the X7SD.

It has a touch screen rather wide, 7 “and resolution 800 × 480, which occupies the entire front of the device, and it offers a capacity of 4GB expandable thanks to the memory slot that integrates SD. Continue reading

UPOP, the all in one PDA and PMP running Under WinCe 5.0

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PMPInside had a nice review of their latest PDA/PMP the UPOP which is running Under WinCe 5.0 and look quite a lot like a Vaio UX with its folding screen and Keyboard. Continue reading

Cedar Electronics’ CDV-528: half camcorder, half PMP, totally chintzy

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Regrettably, we can safely say that we’ve seen a similar mishmash before, and while we’ve no idea who actually finds these things worthwhile, Cedar Electronics is apparently giving it a go with the CDV-528. Continue reading

Zoltrix PMP smells like a USB hub

zoltrix.jpgNah, Zoltrix Technology didn’t actually merge a 4-port USB hub with a PMP, but quite frankly, it may have been more worthwhile if that were indeed the case. As it stands, this totally unsightly unit merely plays back MP3, WMA, MPEG, AVI, ASF, WMV and VOB files, rocks a built-in image / text viewer and includes an FM tuner for whatever it’s worth. Apparently, the unit can be had in 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB sizes, but seriously, don’t be caught dead with this one.

[Via PMPToday]

 

PMP: Portable Media Player

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This PMP (portable media player) comes equipped wit an subsurface OLED widescreen and a simple dropped bevel around the bezel to wind your headphones in. Other noted design elements are the tactile control wheel and integrated stereo speakers.

COWON Q5W Adds the W for US Market

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There’s no real difference between the COWON Q5W for the U.S. market and the original COWON Q5, which orginally came out for the Korean market. COWON’s multi-connected and multi-featured PMP has been much wowed here at this web site and for good reason. Continue reading