New Mobinote DP7020 Portable Video Player?

Posted: Mar 21 2005, 11:50pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:37pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

New Mobinote DP7020 Portable Video Player?
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I4U reader Samer S. points out that Mobinote announced for CeBIT three new portable video players, but it looks like nobody reporting from the CeBIT saw them.

Mobinote, known for pioneering 7 inch size screens on PVPs with their Mobinote DVX-POD 7010, announced specifically the DP7020 (DVX-POD 7020), which features built-in speakers. The photo of the DP7020 we found on a CeBIT flyer of Mobinote. It only shows the new PVP from the back.

Quote from the Mobinote press-release:
"MobitNote Technology will announce 3 new PMPs at CeBIT 2005, the world biggest IT and communication show held during March 10-16 in Hannover, Germany. These models come with built-in stereo speakers, 40GB hard drive, and DRM (Digital Right Management) solutions. "

I contacted Mobinote to find out more, stay tuned. If you have seen more information or photos of the new Mobinote portable video players please email us.

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