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Media player brings video underwater

updated 04:20 pm EDT, Tue July 31, 2007

Underwater video player

Chinese exporter Chinavasion is marketing an unusual, unnamed media player. While underwater MP3 players are nothing new, the Chinavasion device plays video, while being submersible to a depth of 10 feet. It can play coverted MPEG, WMV and ASF files; as a tradeoff, however, it only holds 1GB of content, and displays on a 1.8-inch screen. Similarly, the battery handles just three hours of video playback, or six hours of MP3 and WMA audio. Sound recordings can be made in WAV. No prices are currently available. [via Anything But iPod]



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