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Looks cool, any one use this to record video
« on: July 02, 2008, 03:53:57 PM »
30GB Ultra Slim Portable Digital Media Player w/ Built-in WIFI

Store up to 85 movies, 300,000 photos or 15,000 songs with the 30GB hard drive. Enjoy high quality video on a 4.3" color screen. Easily navigate menus with touch screen capabilities. Take it on the go with the built-in WiFi module and internet browser. Turn your ARCHOS 604 into a DVR: Record TV from a TV, VCR, DVD Player and cable box or satellite reciever on your ARCHOS with the optional DVR Station.

Features     

    * Ultra slim with optimal screen size for watching video with 3 times the surface as that of 2.5" screens.
    * Reads all standard video formats in full DVD resolution
    * DVD quality video playback on TV with optional DVR Station
    * Records directly from TV in high-quality MPEG-4 with optional DVR station
      Bright 4.3" TFT LCD with 16 million colors
    * Extremely fast photo viewer with zoom, music and transition effects
    * dvanced music player able to display track, artist, album, and album cover
    * Fully compatible with DVD quality VOD and music online stores
    * Large choice of convenient accessories for TV recording, direct digital photo transfers, hands-free video capturing, and more
    * Removable battery and kickstand for tabletop viewing
    * 30 GB to store up to 85 movies or 3,300,000 photos or 15,000 songs
    * In-built Wi-Fi

Specifications
Capacity    30 GB
Display    4.3" TFT (480 x 272 pixels) 16/9, over 16 million colors
Video playback    MPEG-42 (ASP @ L5 AVI, up to DVD resolution) / WMV (MP @ ML, up to DVD resolution).
Audio playback Stereo    MP3 decoding @ 30-320 Kbits/s CBR & VBR, WMA, Protected WMA, WAV (PCM/ADPCM)
Photo viewer    JPEG, BMP, PNG / Transfer directly your photos from a digital camera with the optional Docking adapter.
PDF viewer    Reads PDF documents. May not implement all PDF features
Video recording    Via the optional DVR Station: record in MPEG-4 SP with ADPCM stereo sound, resolution VGA (640x480) @ 30 or 25 f/s, in AVI format.
Audio recording    Voice recording through the built-in Microphone / Via the optional DVR travel adapter or DVR Station: stereo line-in, WAV (IMA ADPCM or PCM) format.
Interfaces    USB 2.0 High-Speed Device (compatible USB 1.1): Mass Storage class (MSC) and Media Transport Protocol (MTP) / USB 2.0 Host : Mass Storage class (MSC) and Picture
Connections    3.5 mm stereo headphone mini-jack and TV output (AV cable sold separately).Dedicated connectors to connect optional adapters and DVR station.
Battery life    Music playback time: up to 16 hours
Power source Internal    Lithium-Ion Polymer battery
Dimensions    5.1" x 3" x 0.65"
Weight    9.05 oz
Minimum system requirements    Microsoft Windows ME, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft WIndows Media Center; Apple Macintosh OS X or higher (with USB Mass Storage Class support), Linux (with mass storage device support), USB port
For PlaysForSure video and subscription services    PC with Microsoft Windows XP SP 2 or higher,Microsoft Windows Media Player 10 or higher, USB 2.0 port

« Last Edit: July 04, 2008, 01:31:24 AM by vegeta_ban »
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Re: Looks cool, any one use this to record video
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2008, 06:26:07 PM »
Yeah, those things are pretty cool and if you get a refurbed on, its only about $200.
My co-worker had one but I never got around to buying one for myself.
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