Sansa TakeTV supports a variety of video formats, including DivX, XVID and MPEG-4 (Resolution of up to 720x576 (D1) at a bitrate of up to 7Mbps)
The Sansa TakeTV player is DivX Certified for Home Theater profile. The player connects to any PC via a USB connector, and works with Windows Vista, Windows XP and the latest versions of Mac and Linux.
The Sansa TakeTV connects to your TV via Composite Video or S-Video.
The SanDisk Sansa TakeTV flash memory-based player comes in a 4GB capacity, which holds approximately five hours of video, and 8GB, which can hold up to ten hours of video.
The 4GB TakeTV sells for $99.99 and 8GB TakeTV sells for $149.99.
Via the Sandisk site.
Besides the TakeTV Sandisk also announced the public BETA version of Fanfare, a dynamic Web-based service that enables you to download television shows, movies and other premium video content to portable devices.
The first U.S-based content partners on the Fanfare BETA platform include: CBS, Jaman.com Inc., Showtime Networks, Smithsonian Networks, The Weather Channel, and TV Guide Broadband. Among the programs available immediately are CSI, Survivor China, Dexter and Sleeper Cell. Fanfare video content is a combination of free (ad supported) and paid episodes.
The Fanfare public BETA is currently intended for the U.S. audience. You can visit the video service here.