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Wolverine ESP Professional Portable Media Player
Mark Peters : October 4th 2006 - 02:09 CET
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WolverineWolverine ESP Professional Portable Media Player : Wolverine Data introduced the ESP Professional Portable Media Player (PMP), the world’s first professional or "prosumer" PMP model to deliver complete digital multimedia convergence. The new Wolverine ESP features a razor-sharp 3.6-inch TFT LCD display and the ability to store and view 60,000 digital photos, play 240 hours of video and 40,000 songs, plus the capability to record television programs and FM radio - all in a 5.3"x2.8"x0.9" footprint that weighs 10.2 ounces. It is ideal for professional and serious amateur photographers as well as for consumers who want the most extensive array of multimedia/multifunction capabilities in the palm of their hand.
Wolverine ESP Professional Portable Media PlayerStore your Digital photos
Photographers will appreciate the ESP's large 80GB or 120GB storage capacity that allows them to offload digital photos directly from their cameras, eliminating the need to carry a laptop or buy expensive memory cards. Afterwards, they can view, zoom and rotate their JPEG, bitmap, tiff, text or RAW images on the crystal-clear 3.6-in. screen, a TV or a computer and print directly to PictBridge printers. The built-in 7-in-1 card reader accepts all popular memory cards including Compact Flash (CF), MicroDrive, Secure Digital (SD), MMC, Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick Pro (MS-Pro) and XD Card. An optional adapter accepts MS-Duo, MS Pro-Duo, Mini-SD and RS-MMC.

Wolverine Portable Media Player
Video enthusiasts will appreciate the Wolverine ESP’s ability to download, store and play hundreds of hours of their favorite TV shows and DVDs, then watch them on the player itself, on a TV or on a computer. With the optional ESP Cradle System the unit acts as a digital video recorder (DVR), enabling users to record directly from TVs, DVD players, VCRs or any video source. Supported formats include MPEG-1, MPEG-4, WMV9 and Xvid. Music lovers will enjoy the ability to download, store and play their favorite music in any popular format including MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC (MP4 audio) and CDA. As a bonus, they can also record off the ESP’s built-in FM radio.

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"The Wolverine ESP’s vast array of features will appeal to serious photography, music and video enthusiasts by offering true convergence of the most popular entertainment media in a palm-sized form factor that is easy to use and reasonably priced," stated Matt Mardini, president of Wolverine Data. The Wolverine ESP can be purchased online and at leading retailers starting at $399.99 for the 80GB model and $499.99 for the 120GB model. The optional ESP Cradle is priced at $79.99.

Wolverine ESP Media Player - Features
- Built-in speaker (8 ohms, 400mW)
- High-speed USB 2.0 computer interface
- Video interface: NTSC or PAL that connects to TV, monitor or projector
- Audio interface: audio line-in recording from any AUX source
- Parts: rechargeable/replaceable lithium ion battery, AC charger, USB cable,
- Other parts: AUX cable, - earphone, carrying case and user documentation
- Optional parts: ESP Cradle System, car charger
- Limited warranty: one-year

About Wolverine Data
Wolverine Data, Inc. evolved from TIC Computer, Inc. Founded in 1985, TIC Computer operated as an OEM offering storage devices such as external drives, flash drives and multimedia drives to leading computer and consumer electronics companies. Today, Wolverine Data designs sleek, rugged, mobile products that simplify how people back up, store, capture, view and share data such as photos, videos and music for professional and recreational uses.

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