Wednesday, 3 February 2010

ViewSonic MovieBook HD Portable Media Player VPD400 MovieBook PMP Offers 720p HD Output, Negates Mac Compatibility

ViewSonic have officially announced their new MovieBook PMP which they
bill as being an �all-in-one entertainment content solution for HD
videos, music, photos, ebooks and more and which, aside from sporting a
4.3 � 720p HD capable high resolution TFT Active Matrix LCD display also
offers PC and TV connectivity allowing you to view HD content via
televisions and monitors whilst not out and about.
Built around a 4.3 � 800 x 480 resolution display boasting 400:1
contrast ratio and 300 cd/m2 brightness, the ViewSonic MovieBook HD
Portable Media Player, which measures in at 113 x 74.5 x 13.8mm ย and
which, notably, is compatible with Windows based systems only
(specifically 98/2000/SE/ME/XP/Vista), comes with 8GB of NAND Flash
Memory which can be supplemented thanks to the inclusion of an onboard
microSD card slot and comes with integrated stereo speakers offers 2x
0.2W output (though, of course, a headphone socket is also in evidence).
Compatible with a host of video, audio and photo file formats taking in
AVI, RM/RMVB, FLV, MP4, MOV, PMP, MPG, VOD, DAT, H.264, H.263, MP3, WMA,
WAV, FLAC, APE, OGG, JPEG, BMP, PNG and GIF the ViewSonic MovieBook
offers a purported battery life of up to 12 hours (audio), 6 hours
(video) or 3 hours (HD video) whilst, whilst not spectacularly
impressive is hardly lamentable when viewed alongside similarly
specified PMPs.
Today's consumers have more gadgets than ever, most dedicated to
performing a singular function, said Jeff Volpe, vice president and
general manager of ViewSonic North America, who introduced the ViewSonic
MovieBook. Our new MovieBook is designed to combine many of these
individual devices into one, making digital content portable and user
The ViewSonic MovieBook has just been made available in black, white and
(of course) pink and will set you back a far from unreasonable $129.99.
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