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The Cowon Plenue Z2 is being aimed for release in early May, a spokesman advised. Speaking to Engadget, the Korean manufacturer said it will be shipping two versions of the Android media player, differing in color, size and price.
Cowon has introduced a new Android-based media player, the Z2 Plenue, which appears to be built with the same external design as the company's existing D3 model. The improved model jumps to a 1GHz Cortex-A8 processor paired with 521MB of RAM, along with Micro USB and Micro HDMI ports.
Cowon made an unusual step sideways this weekend by unveiling the R7. The seven-inch tablet and media player crossover carries Cowon's usual broad format support, showing up to 1080p video (over HDMI out) with 3GP, Flash, MKV (Matroska), and other formats. In an odd step, though, it runs a heavily modified, artistic version of Windows CE 6.0 and doesn't have Internet access, taking a step back from the smaller but more aware Android-based D3.
Korean multimedia playback software and hardware vendor Cowon has released more detailed information on its forthcoming iAudio 10 player. This follows the company's unveiling last week of a teaser microsite dedicated to the product. The site revealed nothing about the product, but did enable viewers to listen to Korean pop music and play with the site's color scheme much like Cowon's current products offer a ‘Color Therapy’ UI.
Cowon, the Korean maker of portable multimedia playback devices, has just launched a mysterious microsite. It seems to be devoted to an upcoming device from the company, the so-called Audio i10. Nothing in the way of tech specs are revealed about the device, however.
Cowon is now offering owners of the D3 Plenue multimedia player the option of upgrading it to Android 2.3, up from the Android 2.1 OS it began shipping with. Other than improving system stability, the free upgrade brings with it new features, including a music sleep timer, plug-in code support, a search widget and VoIP. The performance is also said to be faster and more responsive.
The Cowon D3 Plenue multimedia player, officially unveiled late in December, can now be pre-ordered at Amazon. While the device will also be available in other, smaller capacities, Amazon only has the 32GB model on its site, revealing it will cost $370. The device is significant as it's Cowon's first to use the Android OS, 2.1 in this case, instead of the company's own software.
Cowon has confirmed more details for its D3 Plenue, its first media player with Android rather than its own OS. The Android 2.1-based player is also confirmed to have a 3.7-inch, 800x480 AMOLED touchscreen display and enough performance for 1080p video playback. The D3 will feature 802.11g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and HDMI out. The company claims the device is VoIP-capable.
Korea's Cowon has officially announced the long-awaited D3 multimedia player, confirming an earlier rumor that the device will sport an Android OS rather than Cowon's own. The replacement for the D2 will be Cowon's first device to run on Android and will use 2.1. It will also depend on a 3.7-inch, 800x480 AMOLED capacitive touchscreen instead of the old resistive display.
Cowon has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first glasses-free 3D Personal Media Player, the Cowon 3D. The device runs Windows CE 6.0 and centers on a 4.8-inch 800x400 widescreen display. In addition to its 3D capability, it is also capable of 1080p output via its HDMI port.
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