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Monday, March 08, 2004
Panasonic announced world’s smallest standalone DVD player


DVD-PS3 is currently the world’s tiniest portable DVD player with dimensions 144W×20.2H×140Dmm and 310g weight. It supports DVD-RAM, DVD-R and CD-R/RW media formats. The HighMAT format is also supported, giving the ability to create custom collections of digital music and photos — and play them back on a CD player or a car stereo.

Connectivity with liquid crystal projector is supported, making it ideal for meeting and lecture presentations.

The product will be available in Japan in April 10th while the price has not been determined yet.


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