Cydle PMP Will Debut At CES 2010

Posted: Dec 31 2009, 4:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:30pm CDT, in News | CES

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Another PMP manufacturer is throwing their hat into the ring at next month's CES show. Cydle will be launching their in-car media system, the Cydle P29, at CES 2010. This PMP (via Electronista) acts as an HD radio and comes with subscription-free mobile DTV. The P29 will display video on its 2.9" touchscreen. Its processor is an ARM9 CPU and it is expected to be available in 4GB and 8GB versions when it is released in the Spring. Cydle is looking to sell these things for $199. The P29 has an accelerometer to allow you to re-orient for landscape viewing, and the 480 MHz processor runs on something called the Nucleus OS. It has stereo Bluetooth, so you'll be able to set this thing up in your car and control it with your mobile phone. The P29 will come with some preloaded software, including a world clock, alarm, stopwatch, voice recorder, mic, and calculator.

CES 2010 will start on the 7th of January 2010 and lasts until the 10th. Of course CES news is already pouring in. Read it in our CES 2010 section.

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