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Thursday, September 6th 2007 - 13:17 CEST
Samsung Electronics announces at IFA 2007 that it continues to develop market-leading technology, with the releases of a new music player, the Samsung YP-P2. The new Samsung YP-P2 mp3 player combines awesome design, incredible sound and convenient connectivity options. Millimeters have been shaved off to create a player that fit comfortably in one’s hand, while slipping easily into pockets and purses. Samsung’s proprietary sound technology, Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe.) provides high quality acoustics aiming to facilitate the best sonic experience to the end user. Better still, the new Samsung YP-P2 enables boasts Bluetooth-enabled wireless stereo- providing the ultimate ‘easy listening’ experience!
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Monday, September 3rd 2007 - 16:16 CEST
Formula 1 in the garden? A thriller on the balcony? Coral reefs in a log cabin? The new Grundig portable LCD TV Davio 7 lets you combine summer, sun and enjoyable viewing. Wherever you are: thanks to the digital DVB-T and analogue receiver unit, TV reception is no longer just confined to your four walls. Ideal for TV freaks and fresh air addicts. The new Grundig Davio 7 portable LCD TV is small on the outside but is the latest generation of LCD TV on the inside. As well as having an integrated digital DVB-T receiver, it also has an analogue multi-system receiver unit and caters for any reception situation.
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Monday, September 3rd 2007 - 15:39 CEST
So small and yet so great. Two new MPEG4 miniatures round off the Grundig range of personal media players in the section above. The Grundig MPixx 7000 Fine Arts and the Grundig MPixx 4000 are characterised by their superior design, excellent quality and very good value for money. There are some players you never want to let go of once you've got your hands on them. One of them is the new MPEG4 player Grundig MPixx 7000 FineArts with the option of two or four GB flash memory. It stands out with its inner values, such as its high-contrast 2.4 inch TFT display in full colourwith 262,000 colours, operation via an intuitive, blue illuminated touchpad, an integrated loudspeaker, a micro SD card slot and a double earphone connection.
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Saturday, September 1st 2007 - 21:16 CEST
Sony announced the availability of a new digital media player in Europe - the Sony S510 Walkman. The new Sony S510 Walkman digital media player will support an open platform and include support for Windows Media technology, providing greater choice for downloading and managing music, video and photo collections. Whatever their needs consumers will now be able to quickly and easily transfer their content from their PCs to their Walkman digital media player. The Sony S510 player supports security-enhanced Microsoft Windows Media Audio (WMA), as well as non-secure AAC and MP3 music formats, plus JPEG files for photos, in addition to the AVC (H.264/AVC) Baseline Profile and MPEG-4 video codecs.
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Saturday, September 1st 2007 - 21:11 CEST
Sony announced the availability of a new digital media player in Europe - the Sony S610 Walkman. The new Sony S610 Walkman digital media player will support an open platform and include support for Windows Media technology, providing greater choice for downloading and managing music, video and photo collections. Whatever their needs consumers will now be able to quickly and easily transfer their content from their PCs to their Walkman digital media player. The Sony S610 player supports security-enhanced Microsoft Windows Media Audio (WMA), as well as non-secure AAC and MP3 music formats, plus JPEG files for photos, in addition to the AVC (H.264/AVC) Baseline Profile and MPEG-4 video codecs.
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Saturday, September 1st 2007 - 21:04 CEST
Sony announced the availability of a new digital media player in Europe - the Sony A810 Walkman. The new Sony A810 Walkman digital media player will support an open platform and include support for Windows Media technology, providing greater choice for downloading and managing music, video and photo collections. Whatever their needs consumers will now be able to quickly and easily transfer their content from their PCs to their Walkman digital media player. The Sony A810 player supports security-enhanced Microsoft Windows Media Audio (WMA), as well as non-secure AAC and MP3 music formats, plus JPEG files for photos, in addition to the AVC (H.264/AVC) Baseline Profile and MPEG-4 video codecs.
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Saturday, September 1st 2007 - 20:48 CEST
JVC, one of the world's leading manufacturers of consumer electronics and an innovator in digital video technology, introduces a new compact style MiniDV video camera, the JVC GR DA20. It offers a unique vertical sliding LCD monitor, a powerful 34x optical zoom, a convenient AUTO Button that switches the camera instantly between manual and automatic operation, and a Wide (16:9) Mode for 16:9 aspect ratio recording. In addition, the JVC GR DA20 comes with useful extras such as a heavy duty Data Battery and Multi-Language On-Screen.
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Tuesday, August 28th 2007 - 20:17 CEST
Driven by increased broadband penetration, declining price points, and a growing catalogue of online audio and video content, the market for MP3 players and portable media players (PMPs) will remain strong over the next five years, reports In-Stat. Nevertheless, according to In-Stat's latest primary research, the main reason consumers are purchasing portable MP3 players and video-capable PMPs today is for the devices' audio playback capability, the high-tech market research firm says.
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Monday, August 27th 2007 - 20:25 CEST
Wolverine Data announced it is shipping the Wolverine ESP portable multimedia player with a storage capacity of 250GB and the ability to deliver complete digital multimedia convergence while delivering the lowest cost per gigabyte in the industry at an estimated street price under $650.00. The Wolverine ESP Model 5250 features a razor-sharp 3.6-inch TFT LCD display and the ability to store and view 125,000 digital photos, play 500 hours of video or 80,000 songs, plus the capability to record television programs and FM radio-all in a 5.3"x2.8"x0.9" footprint that weighs 10.2 ounces. It is ideal for professional photographers as well as for consumers who want the most extensive array of multimedia capabilities in the palm of their hand.
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Thursday, August 16th 2007 - 13:55 CEST
TrekStor, a manufacturer of high quality MP3 players, external hard disks and USB sticks will be unveiling its new MP3 movie player TrekStor i.Beat motion at IFA 2007 in Berlin (Hall 16) from August 31 to September 5. This new i.Beat is aimed particularly at music fans who not only want to listen to their favorite music but also to enjoy films or music videos on their transportable mini-players. The black TrekStor i.Beat motion is available with a 2 inch TFT display and between 1 and 4 gigabytes (GB) of storage, enough for up to 1200 songs or four hours of videos. The TrekStor i.Beat motion movie player costs between €59.99 (1 GB) and €109.95 (4 GB).
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