Endless possibilities with the Snazio Pocket Cinema
- 21 October, 2003 12:15
<p>Product Release- For immediate use</p>
<p>GET YOUR HOME MOVIES INTO SOMEONE ELSE’S HOME!
Snazio Pocket Cinema offers MPEG and JPEG playback anywhere, anytime</p>
<p>Sydney, 21st October 2003- Ever wanted the freedom to watch your home movies anywhere you go … without a laptop?</p>
<p>The Snazio Pocket Cinema from ByteZone makes it possible.</p>
<p>The iPod-sized device can store MPEG 1 and 2 movies on its hard drive, then replay them through any television, courtesy of a built-in S-Video/Composite video output.</p>
<p>Snazio can also store JPEG files and play them back as a slideshow to a television, while also serving as a portable MP3 player and removable hard disk.</p>
<p>It also doubles as an external hard drive at lightning fast USB2.0 speeds.</p>
<p>Snazio ships with an infrared remote control unit, making it ideal for business presentation too … and whether at work or play you’ll never need to carry a bulky laptop around again.</p>
<p>The Snazio Pocket Cinema includes:</p>
Infra Red Remote Control unit
Composite video cables and S-video cable
Installation CD for Windows 98</p>
<p>Easy to use, the possibilities are endless!
For more information, visit www.bytezone.com.au</p>
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