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Posted: 12/7/2002 6:26:21 PM EST
I use a laptop computer to play product demonstration videos for customers but it looks like I will have to give the computer up soon. Is there a PDA or something similar out there that will play video files? I don't really need a large screen. I want to spend the fewest dollars possible. Thanks for the advice, guys!
Link Posted: 12/7/2002 6:32:01 PM EST
[url]http://www.genericmedia.com/download/index.html[/url] Try this one.
Link Posted: 12/7/2002 6:53:26 PM EST
A Pocket PC 2002 PDA will do it. I was just playing with my HP Jornada today, it plays 160x120 Windows Media files great and stutters a little with 320x240. Mine has a 200mhz StrongArm processor one of the newer ones with a 400mhz processor should play the 320x240 fine. I would suggest you look at the new Dell Axim X5, the $299 model (has a $50 dollar mail in rebate now to make it <$250) model has a 400mhz processor plus compact flash and SD/MMC media slots to store your video clips. You can’t touch its features for at that price on any other PDA. You might also want to take a look at the Archos Jukebox Multimedia 20, it has a 20 GB hard drive and is a MP3 player but it also has a small LCD screen on which you can play stored Divx/mpeg 4 files… It also has a video out connection that allows you to play back on TV. It will do 320x240 that is near VHS quality. Dell [url]http://www.dell.com/us/en/dhs/products/series_pda_snp.htm[/url] Archos [url]http://www.archos.com/lang=en/products/prw_500282.html?country=us[/url]
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