LG's DTV Gets Detailed Pre-CES 2010

Posted: Dec 31 2009, 11:21am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:30pm CDT, in News | CES

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Earlier this week we reported that LG would be debuting two new DTV devices at CES 2010. At that time the only details we had of those two gadgets was that one was a smartphone and the other was a portable DVD player/monitor. Now, thanks to Electronista we know exactly what to expect out of one of these devices. The portable monitor/DTV/DVD player will be named the DP570MH. It has a 7", 480x234 screen and a DTV tuner that allows it to pick up live TV, even when travelling at high speeds. The DP570MH can also load JPEG photos and play WMA audio from a USB port. I'd imagine it can also load and play at least a few different formats of video file, but that hasn't been confirmed either way. LG claims we'll be able to get about 2.5 hours of live broadcasts or 4.5 hours of DVD play on a full charge. In keeping with its status as an uber-travel device, this DTV has both a wall power outlet and a car charger. No exact information on launch exists, but LG expects the price to settle at about $250. More details will be out next week, when this device and its smartphone brother are detailed at the CES show. 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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