The iRiver P7 portable media player features a 4.3-inch, 480 x 272 resolution LCD touchscreen and 35 hours audio or 7 hours video battery life. The P7 supports playback of MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG and FLAC formats and MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 Simple Profile, MPEG-4 Advanced, Simple Profile (B-VOP only), Xvid, WMV 7/8/9, RM/RMVB, H.264 video formats. There is also an optional cradle available that has a built in speaker that allows the portable device to double as a bed side media device. The unit will be available soon in Korea with a North American release still to be announced.
The digital transition has left some confused, but a Missouri man was down right frustrated with the switch. So frustrated, in fact, that he peppered his television set with gunfire. Police responded to the man's house Wednesday after reports of shots being fired inside. Turns out the 70-year-old gunman was livid over losing cable and could not get his digital converter box to work. Police took Walter Hoover into custody after a brief standoff and charged him with unlawful use of a firearm. Hoover's wife told police that he had been drinking before the incident. Source news report.
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iRiver's Wave-Home multimedia communications device is a VoIP phone and a home networking controller, as it provides an expansive 7-inch 800 x 480 resolution touchscreen for web browsing, photo viewing and interacting with all manners of connected widgets. Furthermore, the unit packs a 1.3-megapixel camera, built in speakers, an Ethernet jack, SD slot, USB connectivity, a FM radio module and support for digipen input. iRiver says it will run under $400 and they are looking to partner with current VOIP providers.
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