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There may not be a lot of details on these apart from the fact that they support MP3 and WMA formats and each pack a built-in USB connector, but when it comes to pirate skulls and other novelty MP3 players (which somehow managed to slip under our radar at CES), we're guessing specs are a secondary

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January 21, 2009 at 3:24PM
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Hong Kong always gets the good stuff first. Witness the SunView PMP Projector... or more handily known as a PMPP. The little silver box is the first commercially available pico projector -- created in by Sunlink International in collaboration with iView Limited -- and is currently trickling out in

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Remember those fancy microdisplays we heard about back in November? You know, the one's based on Displaytech's Ferroelectric liquid-crystal-on-silicon (FLCOS) technology? Now that you're with us, we figured you should know that these very devices will be used in a pico-projector crafted by iView Lim

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We'll admit, we definitely admired Belkin's prototype version a lot better, but Sakar is doing something with its iPod-engulfing PVP that Belkin currently isn't -- bringing it to market. The iView player mimics a portable DVD player in just about every major aspect, including the seven-inch widescre

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