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Friday, July 23, 2004
Low-cost Portable Video Player from Mustek


Listen to music, watch digital videos, look at photos or even watch TV recordings on one ingenious recordable device!

Portable entertainment has come a long way since the personal stereo. The new direct-record PVR-A1 Personal Media Centre is like carrying a TV, DVD player, video recorder and MP3 player around with you. But while that would leave you feeling knackered and looking like Quasimodo, the PVR-A1 couldn't be more portable and convenient. It measures a super-compact 9 x 7cm, and weighs just 110 grams ? but you'll be amazed at what it can do.

With the PVR-A1 you can record direct from a range of media and store the data in its onboard memory, for playback anytime, anywhere. Record DVDs, videos; even record TV programmes direct from the set. Then you can watch them back during boring train journeys (or skiving sessions at work) on the PVR's built-in 2.5? LCD colour screen. Or, if you prefer music on the move, the PVR's MP3 player features a choice of Pop, Jazz, Classic, Bass or Rock digital sound effects.

The PVR-A1 has a 32MB onboard memory, which allows you to store around 16 minutes of DVD/video footage, or around 32 minutes of music. But with SD cards, you can easily expand the PVR's memory by as much as 512MB; enough memory for up to three hours of footage! That's a full length feature film, plus an hour to spare for your favourite TV show(s)!

You can even use the PVR-A1 as a live digital photo album. Now when you want to show off your digital photography skills to your mates, you don't all have to crowd around the PC; pass this mini marvel around and they can view your pics slide-show style. And if you have a DPS compatible printer, you can connect the PVR direct to your printer and print pics straight off, bypassing your PC altogether.

This sleek and stylish device has a cool metallic blue finish, and with an easy to follow on-screen menu system, direct record and playback of your favourite films, shows and music couldn't be easier. Pop a PVR-A1 in your pocket when you go travelling, and banish boredom for good.

Measures 9 x 7 x 2cm (l x w x d). Powered by rechargeable battery, charger included.

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