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Venturi's PMP does DMB too!

Evan Blass
03.06.07
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Just when you thought the humble PMP couldn't get any more functional, along comes Korean manufacturer Venturi (no relation to the makers of that Eclectic solar / wind-powered car) and -- get this -- squeezes a whole freakin' DMB tuner inside its new, cryptically-named unit. Actually, it's pretty difficult to find a PMP coming out of Korea these days that doesn't sport a digital OTA tuner, and with this model (its name is a series of Korean characters that we never learned) omitting GPS and subsequently the acronym triumvirate we expect from these devices, there's really not much here to hold our interest. Making matters worse, the source page containing specs incorporates all of the words into an untranslatable graphic, so all we know is that the latest Venturi sports a 4.3-inch touchscreen and SD slot for expansion. Processor speed? Couldn't tell ya. Built-in memory? If there is any, we sure don't know how much. Compatible codecs? Ok, now you're just being silly. What we do know is that this presumably a real product that will go on sale somewhere, at some time, for some undisclosed sum of money.

[Via PMP Today, thanks Voland]

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