Determined to move beyond the UK set top box market, Pace has developed its PVR2GO media player. We're not so sure how different it is from a "regular" personal video player, aside from the as-yet unaccomplished goal of tying it in with paid TV content. 5-inch screen, check. 40GB hard drive, check. MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 and MP3, WMA, JPG support, check. USB 2.0, FireWire, headphone ports, check. Seems pretty much the same to us as most of the others. Guess what's really meant by all those acronyms is that they want you to pay them for shows, instead of just downloading them off the internet. It doesn't look too shabby though. And it's not like we'd mind if our cable company threw this in for a few more bucks a month.
Pace's PVR2GO PVP acronym heaven
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