Go Video PVP-4040 PocketCinema Recorder

Posted: Apr 7 2004, 12:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:26pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 

Go Video PVP-4040 PocketCinema Recorder
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Go Video offers personal Video Player PVP-4040. I do not know where this one was hiding but it is available in stores like Buy.comicon for $299.

It is more comparable to the Flipster or the ZVUE!, as it does not have a Hard drive for storage of Video content. For that the price is a bit high compared to the RCA Lyra MP4 Jukebox with 20GB.

Features:

  • Plays MPEG-4 audio and video, MP3, DivX 5.0, MPG, AVI, MP4, DAT, WMV, ASF, and records MPEG-4 in real time.
  • Three record modes, built in 128 MB flash memory stores 110 minutes in Good, 55 minutes in Better, and 27 minutes in Best. Transfer media from your PC with high speed USB 2.0, or import media in real time using the A/V input.
  • Digital Camera Direct View , SD card slot lets you view pictures from your digital camera, without using a PC.
  • Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery provides 5 hours of audio playback and 2 hours of video playback.
  • Crystal clear display, 3.5 Inch color TFT LCD screen displays your big-screen favorites with brilliant clarity
  • Record movies from any external A/V sourceĀ 
  • Transfer video and audio files from your PC and enjoy them on the go
  • 3 record modes : good, better, best
  • Built-in 128MB flash memory stores 110 minutes in good, 55 minutes in better, and 27 minutes in best
  • Digital Camera Direct View : SD card slot lets you view pictures from your digital camera
  • Transfer media from your PC with high-speed USB 2.0, or import media in real-time using the A/V input
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion battery provides 5 hours of audio playback and 2 hours of video playback

Gadget found via Engadget.





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