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Can't say we've ever heard of Eviant, but it's tough to ignore a 4.3-inch television. No, we didn't mistakenly write \"television\" in place of \"digiframe\" -- the company is seriously pumping out 4.3-inch (T4) and 7-inch (T7) digital portable televisions, both of which are fully prepared to handle t

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Can't say we've ever heard of Eviant, but it's tough to ignore a 4.3-inch television. No, we didn't mistakenly write \"television\" in place of \"digiframe\" -- the company is seriously pumping out 4.3-inch (T4) and 7-inch (T7) digital portable televisions, both of which are fully prepared to handle t

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Following up on its fairly eye-catching T19 and T29 PMPs of years past (mainly last year), Chinese manufacturer Teclast has taken the lid off its upcoming, sequentially-named T39 -- whose main claim to fame is that it could well be the first flash-based media player to hit 16GB of storage (feel fr

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We see a lot of digital audio players pass through here, but Teclast is one of the first manufacturers we've seen to incorporate a separate processor for audio decoding. Just weeks after we spotted their first so-called "dual core" DAP, the C150, comes another PDA-esque model called the T

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