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Shic P-1000 decked out with DVB-T tuner

Cyrus Farivar
October 19, 2006
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In other news from semi-obscure Chinese electronics manufacturers, Shic has just come out with a new media player, dubbed the P-1000. Like its rivals Skardin, Archos and MSI before it, this player lets you get your Chinese digital terrestrial television on (DVB-T), plays video files (MPEG-4, XviD, DivX 3.11) and of course, can jam to audio files including MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV and ACC. The P-1000 will stay powered up for 4-6 hours of video or 16 hours if you're only playing audio. It appears to also have an SD card slot on one side, and possibly a line-in jack as well, but unless you're extraordinarily well informed you'll have to spend 3,580 yuan ($453) to find out for sure.

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