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MobileMag reviews the PQI mPack P800 video player
Ilse Jurriën : July 28th 2005 - 05:50 CET
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MobileMagMobileMag reviews the PQI mPack P800 video player : The mPack P800 video player features a 40GB hard drive, in which you are able to store up to 160 hours of video or 10,000 MP3 songs - with an even larger 80GB hard drive available - along with live FM stereo reception, a Personal Information Management System (PIMS) and more, mPack P800 is the ideal media companion for today’s media lover or business professional on the go. As a storage/playback platform, mPack P800 enables users to play entertainment from its hard disk drive over a home TV or home theater system; audio/video is rendered in DVD quality. The mobile imaging web site MobileMag has reviewed the PQI mPack P800 Portable Video Player!
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MobileMag added: "The one thing that I noticed about the P800 was its weight, which comes in at around 350 g (0.77 lb), probably due to the hard drive and battery. But still, it’s not that bad. As for dimensions; it’s just a tad smaller than the Sony PSP, with the actual dimensions being 146 x 82 x 25 mm (5.75 x 3.23 x 0.98 in). Pretty good considering how much is packed in the device. It's priced at $599 USD for the 40GB model and $699 for the 80GB."

MobileMag - mPack P800 conclusion
"Despite the problems with the software and the non-booting I really like the PQI mPack P800. It’s a solid device when it’s fully functioning. The screen is far better than some of the cheaper models, it has excellent functions for digital photographers, and the list of supported codecs and file formats is extensive. If PQI released a software development kit for the P800 it would be definite competition for Archos and their new media player."





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