September 24, 2009

Shinco Multimedia Player

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How many functions can a company put in one box? In Shinco's case, it is an HD Multimedia Player with radio, photo viewer, ebook, alarm clock, voice recorder and speaker. With a 4.5" TFT LCD, it supports JEPG, GIF, MP1, MP2, MP3, WMA, WMV, WAV, FLAC, AVI and RMVB files and can be connected to your MP3 player, notebook or PSP. There are lots of play options, it has support for SD / SDHC / MMC cards and runs on 4AA batteries (not included.) The player is available for $99.00.

Via Brando

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September 23, 2009

Philips Muse, Portable Tunes and More

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Philips has unveiled their GoGear Muse portable video player with 32 GB memory. It features a 3" screen and support for BMP, GIF, PNG, Ogg Vorbis, APE, Real Video, and Real Audio formats. With 25 hrs. of audio playback or 5 hrs. of video, the player is packed with a 20-station preset FM tuner, the ability to create playlists or delete on the device and a folder for organizing and viewing. The Muse come with HD headphones with noise canceling ability and 3 interchangeable ear caps.

Via Philips GoGear Muse

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September 21, 2009

HP DreamScreens Do More Than Slide Shows

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HP has released their 10" DreamScreen 100 with 2GB storage and input of photos, portable drives or networked PC. It also features Internet radio, Facebook access, a music player, weather reports and a clock. With a built-in speaker and WiFi, the digital frame also has a larger sibling, the 13.3" DreamScreen 130.

Via HP DreamScreens

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September 8, 2009

BlueDot Digital Frame Features TV Tuner

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This is no ordinary digital frame. The BlueDot BTV-1000W has a WSVGA resolution (1024x600) and a memory card reader like others, but it also has a 1Seg TV tuner. The 10" frame also has an A/V input to allow usage of DVD player, PMP or mobile game console. It goes on sale the end of September for about ¥25000 (~$269.00.)

Via Akihabara News


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September 7, 2009

Denon Blu-ray Player is Super-Compatible

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Denon's DVD-A1UDCI Blu-ray Player is certainly state of the art. It can play DVDs, CDs, SACD and DVD Audio formats and is BD-Live Ready. Outputs include HDMI, stereo analog, an extra audio and it upconverts 16 bit video to 32 bit. There's more. It is also compatible with AVCHD, MP3, WMA, AAC, and DivX files and can display JPEGs. Look for a state of the art $4,500.00 price.

Via Denon

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September 4, 2009

Freakin' Friday! WD HD Mini Media Player

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Western Digital has unveiled a smaller, cheaper less expensive TV HD Media Player. Designed to playback media stored on a USB or portable drive, the digital content can be played in up to 1080i HD on an HDTV. At a size of 2.8 x 1.6 x 3.2", the mini player, like its larger brother, can play music, video and photos and supports most formats including RMVB. Compatible with storage devices, cameras and camcorders, it has component and composite video output as well as digital optical audio output via SPDIF.

Via Western Digital

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September 2, 2009

Blockbuster Sees Decline in Subscribers

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It seems that Blockbuster continues to be beleaguered by problems. Its latest 10-Q reports that rental revenues have had a $76.3 million decrease in by-mail and a 30% decline in by-mail subscribers. While the company claimed it had about 3 million subscribers in 2007, a recent estimate puts that figure between 1 and 1.25 million now. We know that every time we drive by one or any of our other local video rental stores we have noticed that the amount of cars in the parking lot has lessened.

Via Zatz Not Funny

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August 31, 2009

$5 TV Season Specials at Amazon

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Amazon is offering a great deal on downloadable HD TV seasons. The selected
$5.00 Season Specials include "30 Rock", "Heroes","Battlestar Gallactica", "Kings"and many others. Grab yours before they change their mind.

Via Amazon $5 Season Specials

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August 13, 2009

Amazon VOD Available for Panasonic Viera Products

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Panasonic is outing Amazon VOD for its 2009 Viera Cast Blu-ray Players, about 3 months later than expected. Available for the full line, it offers more than 45,000 titles, 1,000 HD selections and instant playback. There is also access to YouTube, news and weather feeds. Other online sites and playback is also possible via PC or other compatible device. The download is free via software update after you register your player. The service was previously released in April for those who have Viera CAST-enabled Plasma HDTVs.

Via Panasonic

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August 12, 2009

Lexicon High-End THX-Certified Blu-ray Player

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Lexicon tosses its hat into the Blu-ray ring bigtime with a THX-certified Blu-ray player that loads in less than five seconds. The BD-30 can also handle SACD, DVD-Audio, DVD, CD and audio and video via USB. It features Anchor Bay video processing, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD, BD-Live and RS232 with external control systems. Expect a price of $3,499.00 when it debuts. Ouch.

Via CE Pro

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