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iFlip iPod video player unveiled

updated 03:10 pm EDT, Thu July 27, 2006

iFlip iPod video player

Memorex has unveiled the iFlip, its new portable video player for fifth-generation iPod owners that features an 8.4-inch LCD. The iFlip integrates speakers, a tilting iPod dock, and a lithium-ion battery to power the screen and speakers, according to iLounge. The device enables users to watch videos stored on their iPod with the larger color screen, and supports audio-only playback via the built-in speakers. iFlip ports include S-video out, line out, and dual headphone jacks. An on-screen menu allows users to adjust brightness, contrast, sharpness, color, and screen mode, according to the report. Video and music are still navigated via the iPod, and the screen boasts a resolution of 480 x 234, offering up to five hours of playback time. The iFlip is expected to ship in mid-September for $200 in black or white with an optional carrying case.




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  1. ZinkDifferent

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Brilliant!!

    Where do I get one of these - NOW!

  1. tom_heijtink

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Nahh

    This is not it, man! You don't need such a big box to play movies on a bigger screen. They should have left the laptop idea out. They should have just had a flat screen with a wire comming out to your Ipod. Batteries in the back and control buttons on the side. You leave your headphones in the Ipod and away you go. It's too big. I'm sorry i'm not entertained.

  1. Chris Paveglio

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    screen size

    The real pi**er is that the screen size is 480x234. What sort of crazy size is that? NTSC video is 720 (or 640) x480. You can't even watch a dvd or other stuff with it, it should have a line in for other sources.

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