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Ilse Jurriƫn : January 21th 2006 - 03:00 CET

iSee 360i video recorder for iPod


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AtoiSee 360i video recorder for iPod : Advanced Technology Office announced today the iSee video recorder for iPod, the first and only portable media player that enables users to record video content directly onto most Apple iPods and then view it on a high-quality 3.6" LCD screen. The iSee video recorder for iPod extends the functionality of most Click Wheel iPods to include music, photos, video recording, storage and playback. With the iSee video recorder, iPod users will record and store their favorite shows and movies directly from TV, cable, satellite, DVR or any other analog source. In addition to viewing on the iSee, video files can be played back on any TV with an "analog in" connection at standard 640x480 TV resolution.
iSee 360i video recorder for iPodiSee 360i video recorder for iPod
"With the iSee video recorder millions of iPod owners can add the power of video to their unit without having to purchase a new one," said John C. Scott, ATO co-founder and former Apple executive. "The iSee video recording capability also dramatically expands the universe of content playable on the iPod." The iSee 360i works with most fourth generation iPods, including the 20GB Click Wheel, the 20GB U2 edition, and the iPod mini (adapter required). In addition, the iSee works with many fifth generation iPods including the 30GB iPod, iPod nano, and 30 GB iPod with video (both require an adapter).

Easily Integrates With Standard iPods
Measuring 6 x 3.2 x 1.1 inches and weighing 6 ounces, the iSee 360i offers a lightweight, portable design that when connected to an iPod provides the look and feel of a single, integrated unit. The iPod slides into place inside the back of the iSee video device - providing the user with a 91% larger viewing area than the iPod with video - without dramatically increasing the overall form factor.

Video recorder for iPod
The iSee 360i features the COACH7 Zoran (ZRAN) chipset adapted for video applications. The iSee 360i video recorder for iPod is powered by a rechargeable and replaceable 2200mAh battery that extends the life of the host iPod to four hours, nearly double the battery life of the iPod with video. Additional batteries are also available. "The iSee video recorder's extended battery life and 3.6 inch screen will be particularly attractive to frequent travelers," added Scott.

Manage Video, Photo, and Music Content
ATO also announced a new content management portal, where iSee users can download, upload, and manage all iSee video, photo and music content. Music and video content can also be downloaded from a user's computer to the user's iPod and then played by the iSee video device. The iSee 360i installer loads desktop and device software, including music, photo, and video files. The iSee desktop application software is used for file manipulation and firmware downloads, while the device application software, with a sophisticated user interface for easy manipulation and management, controls the iSee video device. The iSee 360i has an MSRP of $249 and will begin shipping in the first quarter of 2006.





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