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Monday, November 10, 2003
New Personal Video Player PCVA-HVP20 by Sony


The Sony Giga Pocket features a 3.5" Color Display and a 20GB Hard-Drive that can carry 31 hours of video material. The built-in batteries hold for 4 hours continous playback. The Videos are uploaded via USB2.0. The PCVA-HVP20 can play AVI, WMA, MPEG1 and MPEG2.

The Sony hand-held Video player measures 84x120x28mm and weighs 300g. Compared to the RCA Lyra rd2870, which measures: 136x79x24mm the RCA Lyra is smaller than the Sony.

The Sony PCVA-HVP20 will hit the japanese market on November 22nd. No dates available for US market entry and also the price is not set yet.


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