Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Cube B39HDS: Cheap 768p

Cube B39HDS: Cheap 768p

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Cube are releasing another model, a 4.3-inch budget player that is capable of 768p video decoding, which means it easily passes the 720p orthodoxy (1280x720), indicating it uses the Sochip SC8600 chip, also known as the Boxchip F16. The player is otherwise your standard and fairly powerful affair, with impressive file format support (MKV, WMV, MPG, MP4, AVI, FLV, RMVB, VOB etc.). All in all, a typical entry but expected to be very cheap. Probably aimed at students.


via imp3


Sinotech: 7-Incher With Android 2.1

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This Sinotech MID/tablet is powered by the Telechips TCC8902 chip clocked at 800MHz; it features a 7-inch 800xz480 resistive touchscreen; it’s runs on the Google Android OS version 2.1. This device is capable of 1080p video decoding - impressive when compared with its direct competitor: the Rockchip RK2808 powered Apad. All in all, the Sinotech MID is a solid offering into the saturated market.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Onda VX373 HD-Capable PMP Now In White


Onda has unleashed the white version of their newly launched VX373 HD-Capable PMP. Just like the black version, this new white version also comes with a 3.0-inch 400 x 240 display, a microSD card slot, an FM radio, a voice recorder, a photo browser, an e-book reader, a TV-output, a USB interface and supports 720p HD video playback. The Onda VX373 White (4GB model) sells for 199 Yuan (about $29). [Onda]


Wednesday, August 4, 2010

iMedia HD MP4 Player

iMedia HD MP4 Player


Enjoy HD movies, music, and e-book reading on the go with the iMedia HD MP4 player. The gadget comes jam packed with a large 4.3-inch display screen, a high-definition 720p video playback (for AVI and RMVB files), and a wide range supported file formats such as AVI, RMVB, WMV, MPEG, ASF, DAT, VOB, MP3, WMA, APE, FLAC, etc. The iMedia MP4 player also features an FM radio, an 8GB of internal memory, a micro SD card slot (up to 8GB), a voice recorder and an AV out. If you want one, you can purchase the iMedia HD MP4 player for $74.71 a pop. [Chinavasion]


New Cube H500HDS: Boxchip F16 w/ PDF Reading

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Cube have released a new player hot on the heels of their recent entries, the H500FHD and the B33HD. This newest model, the H500HDS, is a 1080p capable player that’s being marketed as being affordable more so than brutally powerful (though 1080p is nothing to scoff at). The H500HDS sports a 5-inch screen and is powered by the Boxchip F16 AKA Sochip SC8600. The SC8600 chip originally was only a 720p capable chip but that boundary seems to have been breached as quite a few players have the SC8600 and are able to playback 1080p video. The standard file formats are supported (eg. MKV, AVI, RM/RMVB, MPG, MP4, VOB etc.). The player also has PDF reading capability - something we’ve seen in SC9800 chips but not so much in SC8600 ones, has OTG support and comes in 4GB flavour.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Bmorn BM-999 Get’s Minor Aesthetic Upgrade

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You remember Raz’s post about the pre-production BM-999 that Bmorn were kind enough to send him. Well the BM-999 has been officially ‘debuted’ and we are treated to some minor cosmetic changes that really do make this MID stand out. Those changes you can clearly see in the red. This MID (or is it a tablet?) sports an 8.9-inch 1024x600 screen. We could call it either an MID or a tablet, but the high resolution screen really does look grand, seriously throwing the hardware-spec-wise comparable APad out of the ring. The BM-999 is also powered by the Rockchip Rk2808 chip, which means that it doesn’t boast the raw power that we’ve seen in other large pads, but with some firmware customization the device can certainly run Android smoothly. It will, however, only be running Android 1.5.



Other features of the tablet:



  • HDMI/Component/Composite Video out

  • Responsive touchscreen (more so than what comes on the aPad)

  • Viewing stand on the back of the player

  • Accelerometer

  • Front facing 1.3MP camera (was no on the unit i had but will be on final production version)

  • Microsd slot

  • Internal memory of 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB.


As Raz put it: ‘Overall the Bmorn BM8999 is very promising, the overall quality far exceeds that of the generic RK2808 tablets and the large screen makes it really nice for web browsing and emailing, which is what most people generally have liked from other RK2808 tablets.’




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

iriver story "Touch Edition" revealed



It looks like iriver has a touching new story to tell. Terrible puns aside, IriverFans has a nice collection of photos and information about the iriver Story 'Touch Edition'. The upcoming e-reader looks rather compact, replacing the original story's keyboard for a touchscreen E-ink display. There isn't a lot that separates it from the nooks and crannies Kindles released to date, but it does have support for OGG, as well as some MS Office formats.

iriver story Touch Edition Features
:

  • Display: 6.0' e-ink Touchscreen (600 x 800 resolution)
  • Capacity: 2GB internal, plus SDHC expansion (up to 32GB)
  • E-book support: E-Pub, PDF, TXT, FB2, DJVU, CBZ
  • Office support: DOCS, PPT, XLS, HWP
  • Audio support: MP3, WMA, and OGG/Voice Recorder
  • Dimensions: 126mm x 162.8mm x 9.5mm


Like the previous Story, this new model will likely be exclusive to the Korean market.



(Via dapreview.net : News.)

ONN V11 Full HD PMP

ONN V11 Full HD PMP


ONN (Owen) has recently released another Full HD PMP ‘V11′ for the Chinese market. The player is equipped with a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 display, a 4GB of storage, a microSD card slot, an e-book reader and supports 1280p Full HD video playback. The ONN V11 is now available in China for a retail price of 399 Yuan (about $59).





(Via The Apple iPod and MP3 Players Blog.)

G6Touch 7-Inch PMP / E-Reader

G6Touch 7-Inch PMP / E-Reader

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This G6Touch is being marketed as an e-reader but is capable of so much more. It looks like an APad, with its 7-inch 800x480 screen, but it is powered by the Chinachip CC1800 chip, meaning this bad boy is not only capable of PDF reading, but also of full 1080p video playback. However, the e-book reading feature seems to the the one being pushed the most, with file format support of PDF, CHM, PDB, EPUB, HTM, UMD etc. (though the video playback file format support is just as extensive and standard, eg. MKV, MOV, AVI, FLV, MPG etc.). The device also has a text-to-speech feature. Not sure if this device has a gravity sensor.


Quite frankly, this is far too powerful to be thought of as only an e-book reader. It is also very evidently a PMP, capable of 1080p video playback which puts it in league with all the other big boys. It’s a shame this wasn’t an MID, though, as it would have surely trumped the major competitor in its size range: the APad.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Friday, July 30, 2010

Huawei S7 Ready To Ship

Huawei S7 Ready To Ship

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The Huawei S7, a long-awaited and much anticipated MID/tablet PC is now finally ready to ship after months of delay and confusion. The shipping date has apparently been set as September the 6th of this year, and quite frankly the sooner the better. To refresh your memory, the Huawei S7 MID runs on the Google Android OS version 2.1, is powered by an impressive 768MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, even though previous reports had it clocked at 1GHz. Word has it won’t be particularly cheap, with a $360USD price attached.


via ubergizmo


HOTT’s 5-Inch MID Stocking Shelves

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The HOTT MD500 should now be starting to stock shelves, according to imp3, after months of hype and promotion. To refresh your memory, the HOTT MD500 is a fairly unremarkable 5-inch MID that is set to run Google Android 1.5 - a surefire hint that inside it houses the Rockchip Rk2808 chip. Another surefire hint is that the MID is capable of decoding up to 720p videos, which is the limit of the 2808 chip. The firmware is looking to be slightly customised with preloaded apps such as QQ. All in all, nothing to get terribly excited over, though it does add another MID into the 5-inch range which is a welcome addition. It, however, is not selling for particularly cheap with a 899 Yuan price point attached which will no doubt be inflated when sold overseas. The RAmos W7 is a better choice.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Media Mogul PMP With DVB-T

Media Mogul PMP With DVB-T


Looking for a new budget-friendly PMP that comes with a built-in DVB-T receiver? Well if you do, why don’t check out the Media Mogul from Chinavasion. Priced at just $103.16, the player offers a 3.5-inch 320 x 240 touchscreen display, an 8GB of storage, a microSD card slot, an FM radio, an e-book reader, a photo viewer, a voice recorder, built-in speakers, a USB port and has a built-in DVB-T receiver for watching your favorite TV shows wherever you go. [Product Page]


Gadmei P82 & US-P82: 8-Inch Monsters

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Looks like two more 8-inchers is coming to town, the Gadmei P82 and the US-P82. Both players run a very impressive resolution of 1280x768. The P82 will be 720p capable PMP while the US-P82 will be the ‘big brother’ and 1080p capable. Quite frankly, at this screen resolution both are bound to look gorgeous. One can only hope for a good screen with vibrant colours. Viewing angles are expected to be poor on this behemoth. More info as it comes in.


via imp3


Saturday, July 10, 2010

New SmartQ Tablet: T7 / T7-3G

New SmartQ Tablet: T7 / T7-3G

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SmartQ are coming out with a new tablet/MID (the 7-inch range really is the no-man’s-land for this distinction), the successor to the SmartQ R7 and this time it’s called the T7. Can’t say the naming is creative but it is certainly straight forward. The SmartQ T7 is coming in 2 models: 3G enabled and not (T7-3G and T7 respectively.) Both the 3G and non-3G model have WiFi connectivity. This devices packs a 7-inch screen and runs on Android OS version 2.1 (which is nice) and will be able to decode videos of up to 1080p which extends the versatility of this MID/tablet even further. The SmartQ T7 also packs a 4500mAh battery *phew* which should provide this device with some impressive battery life times. Even snazzier is that it is being said that the 3G version will be able to send text messages and duplicate some phone function. More as it comes in.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Cowon’s New Player/MID: The V5W

Cowon’s New Player/MID: The V5W

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Cowon are releasing a new PMP/MID, the V5W likely the successor to the V5. This player is fully 1080p capable, WiFi connectable and runs on WinCE 6.0 (like their previous player) and it seems to sport a similar UI to their previous iteration. The UI does indeed look good. The Cowon V5W packs a 4.8-inch 800x480 touchscreen, has HDMI out, several dictionaries, an e-book reader, email and weather apps, games as well as an ‘Office’ suite. The lines blur between MID and PMP again with this player and that is a thoroughly welcome direction for advancement. The Cowon V5W will come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB flavours.  The V5W weighs in at 197g and measures in at 128x82x15.7mm.


via Akihabaranews


COWON V5W HD PMP With Wi-Fi

COWON V5W HD PMP With Wi-Fi

COWON V5W HD PMP With Wi-Fi


Korean PMP manufacturer COWON has rolled out the new version of COWON V5 HD. The new model comes equipped with WiFi-connectivity, a 4.8-inch (800 x 480) display with full HD support (1920 x 1080), an HDMI out and a web browser. The VW5 is currently available in 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage capacity. [Cowon]


BenQ’s S6 MID

BenQ’s S6 MID

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BenQ’s S6 MID is entering the fray at the 4.8-inch size with a resistive touchscreen for added stylus input support. The BenQ S6, which will come with a built-in Unicom 3G module (to allow for SIM cards), will be powered by the Intel Atom Z500 processor clocked at 800MHz, will feature 512MB DDR2 RAM, pack an 8GB SSD hard disk, come with Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, and sport a 1800mAh battery for ‘2-3 hours’ of battery life. Phew. It will also run on the Windows XP Home operating system by default. All in all, an interesting offering from BenQ, certainly more geared toward a defined use rather than just casual web browsing.


It’s really quite thick, though, measuring in at 158mm x 90mm x 22mm and weighing in at 370g (apparently).




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Energy Sistem Unleashes Energy 52 Touch PMPs


Energy Sistem has recently unleashed a new series of PMPs called the Energy 52 Touch. Coming in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB models, these PMPs boast a 2.8-inch touchscreen display, a microSDHC card slot (up to 32GB), an FM radio, a voice recorder, an e-book reader, a built-in speaker for direct listening, a TV-output and support most audio and video formats including MP3, WMA, WAV, DivX, XviD, FLV, RM, and RMVB. The Energy 52 Touch PMPs are available now for 68.88 Euro / $87 (4GB), 81.81 Euro / $103 (8GB) and 102.59 Euro / $130 (16GB), respectively. [Energy Sistem]


ICOO E300P Full HD PMP Now In Black

ICOO E300P Full HD PMP Now In Black


ICOO has rolled out the black version of its E300P Full HD PMP in China. Just like the white version, this new black version also boasts a 4.3-inch 480 x 272 display, an 8GB of storage space, a picture browser and supports 1280p Full HD video playback. The E300P Black will cost you 299 Yuan (about $44).



[iMP3]


Thursday, July 8, 2010

Teclast C700 Full HD PMP Available In China

Teclast C700 Full HD PMP Available In China


Teclast has announced the availability of their new Full HD PMP ‘C700‘ in China. To refresh your memory, the player is packed with a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display, an 8GB of storage space, a microSD card slot, an e-Book reader, a photo browser, an HDMI output and supports 1080p Full HD video playback. The Teclast C700 retails for 699 Yuan (about $103). [Teclast]


Snazzy Dual-Display E-Reader: Hanvon T61

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Even though the Hanvon T61 e-reader pictured above is just a rebranding of a fairly generic e-reader technology, the dual-display does make for an interesting concept. I can’t really think of much use the dual-display serves other than to boost up the price of this e-reader, and to provide superfluous functionality that nobody would really use. Aside from that, the second screen makes the reader a lot larger, with the first screen being sized 6-inches (800×600) and the second being sized 3.5-inches (320×480). The first screen uses an E-Ink panel, as seen on many other e-readers, while the second is a colour touchscreen. I suppose the second screen does allow for easier navigation of books while in a book, but one can’t help but feel that this second screen is largely useless, draining battery life and offering limited extra functionality. The device runs on Android and is not generally recommended.


via zol


Expand 3G Tablet.MID

Expand 3G Tablet.MID

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This device from Shenzhen manufacturer Expand is a 7-inch (800×480) MID/tablet that is powered by a 1.2GHz VIA C7-M processor paired with the VIA VX700 Chipset. It comes with 16GB of RAM as well as a 16GB SSD hard drive and a 2500mAh battery. The tablet, though, will run on Windows XP which differentiates it from the barrage of Android and WindowsCE tablets and MIDs that have bombarded the market in recent times. The device will also have a built in 3G module, as well as WiFi connectivity and the works. All in all, an interesting if slightly underwhelming entry to the market.


via Shanzhaiben


Yet Another Android Tablet: ezGear Surfboard

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Ludicrous and thoroughly unattractive name aside, this is another Android tablet offering, a 7-inch 800×480 device. One interesting thing though is that according to the ezGear website, this tablet runs on Android 2.1 and is powered by the Rockchip RK2818 chip, rather than the more popular RK2808 which can only handle Android 1.5. That certainly is intriguing and hopefully promises a better experience than the myriad RK2808 tablets on the market today. Other standard features include WiFi, HDMI out and a TF card expansion slot. No word on price yet.


But why would they even call it a surfboard? Yeah, cowabunga…




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Monday, July 5, 2010

Coby MP620 reminiscent of Zune original

Coby MP620 reminiscent of Zune original

Who could ever forget Microsoft’s flagship Zune original media player? Well, apparently the folks over at Coby can’t get it out of their heads after the company revealed it’s new Coby MP620 PMP.

The new player is being marketed as a cheaper alternative to the iPod nano with its audio and video capabilities. While it has an initial appearance of a Zune, it’s dimensions and design bring it more inline with the nano.

The device packs a nifty 1.8-inch LCD display, but no word on a pair of matching speakers. The device will be available in both 4GB and 8GB flavors packing an FM tuner (and a host of other features).

Available in black, red or blue, the player will retail for just $29.55 or $43.05 for the 4GB and 8GB respectively. Eat your heart out, Apple.



(Via PlayerBites.)

Musician MID - Android & WinCE

Musician MID - Android & WinCE

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These Musician brand MIDs are able to double boot into both Android 2.1 (which is quite nice) and WinCE 6.0, a ‘feature’ we have been seeing more and more in recent times. This MID is powered by the Telechips 8902B processor, clocked at 720MHz and ultimately based on ARM 11 tech. The device itself packs a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1280×768, which is certainly refreshingly high, has 256MB DDR2 RAM, WiFi and 3G connectivity, and HDMI 1.3 output. All in all, this small MID looks very promising.


via Chinitech


Cube H500FHD Availability Imminent

Cube H500FHD Availability Imminent

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The Cube H500FHD, first announced in May, is coming into full bloom now with mass availability expected immediately, if not already. The Cube H500FHD is a 5-inch player which houses the Boxchip F10 which is the Sochip SC9800 in disguise, so you can expect excellent video playback capability at full 1080p HD (and up to 1280p - 1920 x 1280 resolution) and good battery life. The file format support will be extensive, ranging from WMV to MKV to AVI and MP4 - file format support is really another area where the Sochip excels. Models will first start appearing in 8GB flavour.


via iMP3


Saturday, July 3, 2010

itoos M9HD Launched

itoos M9HD Launched

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itoos have launched the M9HD, a new button-operated player with a 5-inch 800x480 WVGA screen. The player is being marketed as supporting up to 1280p, as you can see in the picture above, a telling tactic as this means it most likely is a Sochip SC9800 player which is currently the only chip on the market which can use such resolution-marketing tactics. What this means is that the player can supposedly play up to 1980x1280 video resolution. Since the M9HD uses the Sochip (we guess), file format support will be excellent ranging from RMVB/RM to WMV and MKV and all the usual suspects in between. In addition, the player will have OTG functionality, come with a remote control, be able to read PDF files and apparently has up to 6.5 hours of battery life (take that with a grain of salt.)


All in all, a promising, if not now-generic player.


via iMP3


Piano Silhouette MP3 Player

Piano Silhouette MP3 Player


Designed by Jia Peng, the Piano Silhouette is an MP3 player that comes with a roll-out piano keyboard. The player allows you to record compositions directly to the player and listen to your favorite music. Too bad, it is only a concept so far. See more pictures after the jump to get more details.




[Yanko]


Well Hello There… Cube H880FHDR

Well Hello There… Cube H880FHDR

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This time the Cube H880FHDR gets the babe treatment, and who are we to complain? This vapid sexualisation of PMP products is nothing short of telling and embarrassing. Anyhow, let’s have a browse at the Cube H880FHDR in the hands of a babe.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Friday, July 2, 2010

Some Microsoft related file types (docx, emz and mdi)

The MDI file type is mainly related with 'Office' by Microsoft Corporation. The MDI is a a high resolution, tag-based graphics format. MDI files are only supported by the Microsoft Office 2003 version of Microsoft Office Document Imaging. Microsoft Office Document Imaging uses Microsoft Document Imaging Format (MDI), a file format based on the Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) that is designed to store images by page layout. Both formats (MDI and TIFF) are capable of storing text recognized by optical character recognition (OCR) along with images and using this OCR may be turned into a Word (.DOC) document.
In general, images that are saved in the MDI file format take up less disk space than the same images saved as TIFF files. The image quality of an image saved in the MDI file format is comparable to that of the same image saved in TIFF.

The DOCX file type is also mainly related with 'Word' by Microsoft Corporation. This is the new format for Microsoft Office documents (2007). It is a combination of XML architecture and ZIP compression for size reduction. It's a completely open standards based file format; contains document text, images, formatting, styles, drawn objects, and other document settings; commonly used to author documents in business and academic settings.
Changing docx documents into other formats is very easy if you know how, or have the correct docx converter software. Converting docx to the older doc format used by Microsoft Word or to Adobe’s pdf format is possible, offering better compatibility with partners and colleagues. DOCX files are designed to make document contents accessible; for example, document text is saved using plain text files and document images are saved as individual image files within the DOCX file.
Docx isn’t just qualified to use on a Windows based computer, other operating systems such as Linux and Mac OS X also include software or filters allowing users to share information thru the docx Office Open XML format.

Compressed image file used by Microsoft programs such as Visio and the Office suite; contains an Enhanced Metafile (.EMF file) that has been compressed with the .GZIP compression algorithm. The EMF file type is a type of image file incorporating a recorded sequence of Windows GDI (Graphics Device Interface) graphics functions and is the successor to the older WMF (Windows Metafile) format. The GDI is a set of functions for Windows programmers that supplies basic drawing functionality, and anything that can be drawn with the GDI functions can be saved to an EMF file with very little attempt.
EMZ files are simply EMF files that have been compressed using the extremely common GZIP type compression and so they can simply be decompressed prior to viewing by any compression/archive software package with support for GZIP. For example, changing the extension to .GZ will often enable you to use software such as WinZip or WinRar to extract the EMF files. Sometimes the files holded in the EMZ might have their extension replaced to EM upon extraction. In these cases, adding the missing F on to the file extension is all that is needed to open the files.






Window G89 Touch Magic PMP Gets $52.26 Price Cut


Normally priced at $135.60, the Window G89 Touch Magic PMP is currently on sale at Ownta’s online store for as low as $83.34. Based on the Rockchip RK2728 chipset, the player offers a 4.3-inch 480 x 272 touchscreen display, a 4GB of storage, a microSD card slot, an FM radio, a voice recorder, an e-book reader, a picture browser, built-in games and supports 720p HD video playback. [Product Page]


Samsung YP-MB2 Android PMP Confirmed


Samsung has finally confirmed the availability of the Samsung YP-MB2 (Galaxy Touch). This Android-powered PMP boasts Wi-Fi, GPS, TouchWIZ 3.0 user interface and Bluetooth 3.0. The new Samsung YP-MB2 Android PMP is priced at 400,000 won or around $330. [MovePlayer]


Pantech Releases Sky Player PMP In Korea


A new portable media player has recently entered the Korean market, this time from Pantech called the Sky Player. This stylish device boasts a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen display, a 16GB or 32GB of storage space, a T-DMB tuner, WiFi, Bluetooth, an HDMI port, 720p HD video playback support and runs on Android 2.1 OS. The Sky Player is now available in Korea for around $244 (16GB) and $326 (32GB), respectively.



[ReviewChosun]


Sea Lion Waterproof MP3 Player

Sea Lion Waterproof MP3 Player

Sea Lion Waterproof MP3 Player


The Sea Lion Waterproof MP3 player from Chinavasion is the best way to enjoy crystal clear audio when swimming in the ocean, relaxing by the pool, or even taking a shower. The gadget provides a 4GB of storage space, which is enough for holding all your favorite tunes. Transferring files to the device is done through a plug-and-play USB 2.0 connection to your computer. If you want one, you can purchase the Sea Lion Waterproof MP3 player for $45.07 a pop. [Chinavasion]


Jeep Floor Mats

One should buy Auto Floor Mats to protect the interior of the vehicles form everyday wear and tear, protect from disagreeable visual aspect, foods and drinks that sticks on the floor, supply year round shelter against the most terrible weather conditions, sand and mud that can stick on your shoes before entering the jeep, and to change the look of your car, jeep or SUV, etc.

Don't forget to consider the region where you live, when buying Jeep Grand Cherokee Floor Mats.
North, South, East and West. Different types of floor mats for each region cause they have singular weather patterns and conditions. In this case, you should consider buying an carpet floor mats, witch in general are made with durable nylon and berber yarns, comes with a vast selection of colors, logos designs, etc..Or you can choose an all-weather floor mat witch are usually made with heavy duty rubbers and others materials, if you live in an area with temperamental climate conditions.

Also consider that floor mats are not universals, i.e, does not fit every vehicle. There are specific mats for every needs (manufacture, model and year).
Pay attention for the coverage of the floor mat, and the mat quality. Of course, look for mats that are easy to clean.

Do you home work on the internet. There's a lot of online stores that sells Jeep Grand Cherokee Floor Mats.








Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Ainol P810 Full HD PMP Video Review

Ainol P810 Full HD PMP Video Review


Here we have the video review of Ainol’s newest Full HD PMP ‘P810‘ that we found over at mp4nation.net. In case you didn’t remember, the player boasts an 8-inch 800 x 480 display, a Sochip SC9800 chipset, an 8GB of storage, a microSD card slot, an FM radio, an e-book reader, a USB OTG port, an HDMI output and supports 1920 x 1280 Full HD video playback. Watch the video after the break.



[MP4 Nation Blog]




Rockchip RK2808 7″ MID ‘APAD’ In Stock Now!


As the title says, we have the Apad now in stock. This is the most widely available RK2808 MID, with a 7″ touch screen and Wifi, it also have Marketplace access.


Slatedroid forum member rogerbraun has give us permission to use his custom hybrid firmware V4.5. This firmware is based on the Archos 7HT and RAmos W7, it is better than the standard fw that comes with this device and the preloaded apps are also much better.


We will also offer a 30day swap warranty, if anything goes wrong with the unit, just send it back and we will send a new unit. This is ontop of the normal 1 year warranty that we offer for this device against defects.



(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Friday, June 4, 2010

Cube H880FHDR Announced

Cube H880FHDR Announced

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The Cube H880FHDR is basically the Cube H880FHD’s smaller brother, with screen size dropping from 4.3-inches to 3.6-inches (though screen resolution remains the same at 800x480). But don’t let the smaller size fool you - this little player still packs a wallop and is being advertised as, like it’s bigger version, still being able to decode 1280p video which means it’s another Sochip SC9800 player. Supported file formats are AVI, MP4, MPG, MKV, PSP, DAT, VOB, WMV, ASD, PMP, RM, RMVB, MOV, M2B, QT, M2A, H.264 (BP/MP/HP) and the list goes on. It will come with a maximum storage capacity of 32GB, has support for OTG, and is boasted as having around 5 hours battery life. As a tentative guess, this player might come bundled with the Cube F1 earphones, if that is a deal maker for anybody.


This is a powerful and portable player, and the small screen size should lengthen the already impressive battery life of Sochip players. Cube says 6 hours playback time - we ask: at what resolution?


(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Bmorn BM-888F10 w/ 1280p

Bmorn BM-888F10 w/ 1280p

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Bmorn’s BM-888F10 seems to be an updated revision of the original 7-inch BM-888, supposedly bringing in more user-friendly tweaks and an increased efficiency in video playback. So they say. This 7-inch player should have the same 800x480 screen resolution and as 1280p is plastered all over there promotional pictures, it is fairly safe to assume that this player is using the Sochip Sc9800 or some renamed variant as that chip is the only one on the mass market today that can play files of up to 1920x1280 resolution. Considering it’s the Sochip, video playback and battery efficiency will be excellent, with support for all the major video file formats including MKV, AVI, MPG, MP4, VOB etc. Another benefit will be the 1080p WMV decoding that is certainly impressive of the chip. The player looks sleek and smooth, with a nice brushed aluminum frame that definitely leans toward the more aesthetically inclined.


via iMP3


Benss BX-57 F16 PMP Supports PDF Files

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The Benss BX-57 F16 player pictured above is said to have PDF support (as an upgrade to the original Benss BX-57 player), which might be a first for Chinese portable media players and if not a first, then at least an extreme rarity. The player has a 4.3-inch screen, is ‘ultra-thin’ at just 7.89mm thickness and will start out in 8GB flavour. The player is capable of decoding videos up to 768p, so the standard HD 720p will be supported, including video file formats MKV, AVI, WMV, VOB, ASF, etc. It is unknown if the F16 in the model number alludes to the Boxchip F16 chip which is a Sochip in disguise, but up until now no Sochip player (at least that I know of) can view PDF files so that theory becomes less likely when given more thought. Then again, it can be said that there is little point in trying to extract sense from model numbers for a lot of the PMPs that come out of China.


The player certainly does look interesting with PDF support, which is what makes it stand out from the heaving and throbbing throng of 4.3-inch 720p capable PMPs. On a final note, it seems that this new revision of the BX-57 player is, unfortunately, still looking as ugly as ever with those buttons on the front surface.



(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

RAmos T17HD Listed

RAmos T17HD Listed

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RAmos have been busy bees recently, what with their recent firmware updates (one improving flash support), their Q28Cam release and more on the horizon, and now the apparent listing of the T17HD 4.3-inch player. Though I would swear I’ve seen this player floating around the net before (the similar model T17FHD received a glowing review here), it seems that RAmos have only recently officialy listed their T17HD player - the 8GB version. Since a few reviews of the player have cropped up around the net, some dating as far back as April, this announcement seems a little surprising. Moving forward regardless, the T17HD is a 4.-3inch player capable of playing videos at up to 1080p resolution so it is probably using the new Amlogic processor which it has recently begun to adopt in full force, abandoning the Rockchips which characterise older RAmos players. It’s another HD player in that size range, one of many on the market. It supports the usual array of file formats including MKV, AVI, RMVB, VOB etc and features multi audio tracks and multi subtitle tracks which can be useful. It will start in the 8GB flavour.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

Another Fashionable MP3 Player From ICOO


ICOO has unveiled another fashionable yet simple MP3 player ‘IX35′ for the Chinese market. Featuring a bright silver metallic body, the player integrates a five-way navigation button, a microSD card slot, an FM radio and a built-in rechargeable battery that can last up to 40 hours of music playback. Unfortunately, there’s no word on pricing and availability yet.



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itoos M6HDT 4.3-Inch Player Also Supports PDF

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When the Benss BX-57 F16 player was revealed to have PDF support, I reported, in an astounding lack of foresight, that PDF support was extremely rare on PMPs. Well, as life usually makes a fool out of he who blurts, I’m being humbled by the revelation that the itoos M6HDT player also supports PDF files. The irony is both appropriate and humiliating.


The M6HDT is a 4.3-inch player which uses, I suspect, the Sochip SC9800 chip as betrayed by the 1280p capability that is being advertised. (This is unlike the aforementioned Benss BX-57 F16 player which uses (again I suspect) the Boxchip F16 chip which is the Sochip SC8600 - an earlier iteration.) That means that video playback and battery efficiency are bound to be excellent on this player, just like other Sochip SC9800 players. MKV, AVI, VOB, WMV, ASF, MP4 and more make up the usual array of video file format support we’ve come to expect from PMP players today. The player is encased in an all-metal die-cast housing which, I must say, looks pretty swell.


All in all this will be a powerful player thanks to its powerful chip. Oh, and now with PDF support! Look for this to become a trend.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)

GADMEI 900 PMP Introduced At Computex


Chinese-based company GADMEI has introduced their newest portable media player ‘900′ at this year’s Computex. Measuring 17.5mm thick, the device packs an 8.9-inch 1024 x 600 display, a 4GB of internal memory, an SD/SDHC/MMC card slot, a music/video player, an e-book reader, a photo viewer and a built-in rechargeable battery that can last up to 4 hours of video playback. No info on pricing at this time.



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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Another 5-Incher: KSD V9P

Another 5-Incher: KSD V9P

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It seems that with each passing week model after model from brand after brand is announced, pressed-out and photographed. This evening it is the KSD V9P - part of the KSD V-Series of HD players. The KSD V9P player is a 5-inch player with a screen resolution of 800x472 capable of up to 1280p video playback (1920x1280) - the hallmark of Sochip SC9800 chip characterised by the ability to play 1280p videos. The video file format support, therefore, is expected to be strong including MKV, AVI, MP4, WMV, MPG, VOB, FLV etc. The standard array of audio file formats and image/TXT file formats are present, along with a battery of 1500mAh that supposedly allows for up to 15 hours of video playback… but not at 1280p, I’ll tell you. All in all this is another player that uses the Sochip SC9800 - that means it will have great battery life and impressive video playback capability. But it is just another one, if you catch my drift. Nothing special, cookie-cutter, but performs well and is not expected to break the bank. It starts in 8GB flavour, which is an interesting move and one that I hope takes as being a standard, replacing the 4GB variants that so many manufacturers choose to debut.




(Via MP4 Nation Blog.)