Sunday, November 18, 2007

ARCHOS-PORTABLE DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER (WITHOUT CAMCORDER)


ARCHOS 500868 ARCHOS 404 30
GB PORTABLE DIGITAL VIDEO
RECORDER (WITHOUT CAMCORDER)


  • STORES UP TO 85 MOVIES- 300-000 PHOTOS OR 15-000 SONGS WITH 30 GB HARD DRIVE
  • FEATURES HIGH-QUALITY VIDEO ON A 3.5" COLOR SCREEN
  • RECORDS FROM A TV- VCR- DVD PLAYER & CABLE BOX OR A SATELLITE RECEIVER WITH AN OPTIONAL ARO500856 DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER STATION
  • PLAYS MULTIPLE VIDEO FORMATS INCLUDING MPEG-4- WMV2- PROTECTED WMV2 IN DVD QUALITY
  • READS H2643- MPEG-24 & VOB4 FILES WITH OPTIONAL PLUG-IN
  • VIEWS & DISPLAYS JPEG PHOTOS & SLIDE SHOWS WITH MUSIC & TRANSITION EFFECTS ON TV
  • READS PDF DOCUMENTS & PLAYS MP3- WAV- WMA & PROTECTED WMA FILES

    Manufacturer's Part No.: 500868

    USA Orders Only (no international orders, please). Ships in 1-3 business days.
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    iRiver Clix (4 GB)



    • The beautifully designed iriver clix features a new ultra-intuitive interface that is easily customizable to match your style
    • The iriver clix works with both subscription and pay-per-song music services, so millions of songs are available to you
    • Plays music, video, photos and more
    • Supports subscription music services
    • Ultra-bright, 2.2" color display
    • Built-in digital FM tuner
    • Plays downloaded games
    • Integrated voice recorder
    • Up to 25 hours of battery life
    • Skip-free listening
    • Alarm clock
    • Fast USB 2.0 transfers
    • 1 year limited warranty
    • Inlcudes iriver clix 2GB multimedia player, iriver earphones, carry case with screen cleaner, Easy Start installation CD, preloaded tracks from eMusic, preloaded games, USB 2.0 cable, printed manual
    source : http://shopping.yahoo.com/

    Black Digital Media Player - Zen Vision's 30GB


    Zen Vision's 30GB multimedia center is bound to impress anyone who wants to carry all their digital entertainment files - tens of thousands of photos, up to 120 hours of videos, and 15,000 songs - everywhere. Zen Vision is not only lightweight and slim, beneath its classy magnesium casing are features that will fulfill all your digital entertainment needs.

    source : http://shopping.yahoo.com/

    Nintendo Wii

    "Certainly there's a strong line-up of third party titles, and we're trying to encourage them to make them," Harrison stated. "But, we're also trying to encourage third parties to take the time and effort to make something unique, not just to sort of throw something out on Wii because the Wii's the fast-selling system."

    "I think the ones that have spent the most time in the box are the ones that are going to be the most successful this holiday," Harrison added as a final rallying call to developers.

    With shortages of the best-selling console likely this Christmas, Harrison assured that Ninty were doing all they could to satiate demand: "We're at a rate now worldwide of about 1.8 million Wiis produced every month, and that's going to sustain itself until we get on top of this. We're trying to make decisions on almost a weekly basis about which market to ship the product to, because in Japan it's a big success, and same in Europe."

    Source: CVG

    Friday, October 05, 2007

    Digital Billboard

    Shares of Lamar Advertising Co., which provides outdoor advertising space, climbed Thursday as a Morgan Stanley analyst said the company may top his forecast for the deployment of 350 digital billboards next year.

    James Farrant said another positive catalyst for Lamar is a recent Federal Highway Administration memo clarification indicating approval for the installation of digital billboards along roadways.

    "While state and local regulation is still the biggest bottleneck to digital deployment, state and local regulators have increasingly looked for federal guidance and clarification," he wrote in a note to clients.

    The Texas Transportation Commission voted last month to allow digital billboards on state federal urban roadways, which could impact up to several hundred boards for Lamar and may go into effect as early as the end of November. The federal clarification could also help Lamar gain digital billboard approval in New York, its next target.

    Farrant said the company's stock seems to be pricing in a 2008 advertising recession, which he doesn't think is actually going to happen -- thus opening the door for "compelling" upside to current prices.

    Farrant maintained his "Overweight" rating and $75 price target.

    Shares of Lamar Advertising gained $1.72, or 3.4 percent, to $52.59 in afternoon trading. Over the past 52 weeks, the stock has traded in a range of $47.35 to $71.54.

    source:biz.yahoo.com/