Turning the tables on the notion of a portable music player, iRiver's PMP-120 portable media player goes 2 steps further, giving you an incredible 20 GB of storage for not just music, but digital photos and full-color, full-motion video, too. This unit sports a 3.5-inch TFT LCD and an audio input so you can load audio content directly into the player from other home or portable devices--no PC required. It will double as a voice recorder, too, generating compressed-audio files from its onboard condenser microphone input.
The unit is PC-compatible, of course: you can connect it via high-speed USB 2.0 to transfer your media files to the PMP-120 in a jiffy. You can store up to 80 hours of video (using 320 x 240 resolution at 500 kbps, AVI format) or up to 600 hours of music (using Windows Media format at 64 kbps). The PMP-120's format compatibilities extend from MP3 to WMA (Windows Media Audio, with full Microsoft Digital Rights Management compatibility) to WMV and AVI (DivX) video and BMP/JPEG image files. Using a USB camera? Use the PMP-120 for on-the-go viewing with a direct USB connection.
The media player offers a built-in FM radio tuner and speaker, making it perfect for sporting events and headphones-free listening (iRiver earphones are included). You can connect it to your home stereo and/or television for additional listening or viewing flexibility. The media player's user-replaceable rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 5 hours of audio/video playback and 16 hours of audio-only use per charge.
-Plays digital music and video files
-20GB of internal storage
-Store up to 80 hours of video or up to 600 hours of music
-Wide 3.5 inch vivid color display
-Connect to your home entertainment system
-Built-in FM tuner
-Integrated voice recorder
-Record music from any audio source (no PC required)
-Built in speaker
-Store or transfer files of any type
-USB On the Go to attach to digital cameras
-USB 2.0 support
-Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery
-Up to 10 hours of battery life (audio)
-Up to 5 hours of battery life (video)