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New Media Life's TAVI 030 portable media powerhouse

Ryan Block, @ryan
11.29.06
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We're a little confused as to how this former Portable Media Center ODM design reminiscent more of a Nintendo DS (or the later Game Boy Advance SP) than a mobile media workhorse got such a makeover from New Media Life, but the TAVI 030 sounds like it'll be anything but a slouch. Set to be announced soon enough, it'll supposedly come equipped with wireless IPTV, podcasting support, and satellite TV -- even some HDTV support. Not that it's going to do you a whole lot of good on a QVGA display (or whatever it'll inevitably have), but this will definitely be one to watch out for Q107.

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