PMP

  • ToyQuest Releases PMP/PVR For The Kids

    ToyQuest Releases PMP/PVR For The Kids

    A couple of weeks ago, I stopped by a Tiger Electronics tent that was set up to showcase all of the new toys coming out this holiday season. They all had a common theme: “Crappy versions of gadgets that adults have and kids want.” The products ranged from a crappy projector to a crappy video-capable MP3 Player. ToyQuest, however, seems to realize that kids deserve the same… Read More

  • Battle Test: Samsung NV3

    Battle Test: Samsung NV3

    Oh man I love this camera. I’ve had it for a handful of weeks now and it’s become an absolute staple of my pocket. Now admittedly, I haven’t tried every point-and-shoot, pocket camera on the market, but I’m going to venture a guess that the Samsung NV3 is probably the best one to be had. Read More

  • Wolverine ESP PMP Stores Your Photos, Plays Back Your Media

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/PAL output that can connect to any TV to annoy people with pics of their kids – here's Kasper spilling cereal on himself! Other features worth noting are the built-in speaker (just one), AC charger, USB 2.0 compatibility, and optional ESP cradle and car charger. The price isn't all that shabby either, at $399… Read More

  • Philips Brings New Approach to Portable Media

    Philips is doing something it’s not normally known for – being innovative in the digital media space. Their new PMP, the PMC7230, plays back MPEGs, MP3s, and PlaysForSure Windows Media files on its 3.5-inch screen. While there’s nothing special there, it’s got a couple other unique things going for it that separates it from the crowded pack. Take, for example, its… Read More

  • Epson Photo Bank and PMP Stores, Displays Your Pictures

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/4, DivX, H.264, WMV, and MJPEG video. The display is pretty huge at 4 and 3.8-inches, and has a resolution of 640×480. It's pretty much a great photo dump and video player, if you fit yet another gadget into our camera bag. We may have to take out all this Jello Pudding. Damn it. The new Epson Photo Bank and… Read More

  • Gravel In Pocket?

    Gravel In Pocket?

    With what might be the worst product name ever, Commodore will demonstrate tomorrow at IFA its new personal media player the Gravel In Pocket. Despite its unfortunate naming, this PMP seems to be a relatively valid device. It will sport a 2.8-inch screen, 1GB or 2GB of storage and WiFi. The GIP is capable of playing DivX, Xvid, WMV, MP3 and WAV files. It also features an SD slot. It will… Read More

  • Onkyo Portable Media Player With No Screen

    Onkyo Portable Media Player With No Screen

    Onkyo’s making this PMP to be sort of a do-it-yourself approach to PMPs. The player fits a 2.5″ hard drive which you need to put in yourself – not to mention buy yourself. Then, better yet, it has no screen, so you’ll have to pipe out all your video through your TV. Wait, I haven’t gotten to the best part, the supported codecs. Yes, because the casing is so large… Read More