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# 17993 21-Dec-2007 10:43
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iam looking at getting a pmp which can do the following:

1. Wifi - so i can watch vids from youtube or veoh. Also, ability to connect via wifi to a network share so i can stream vids off that.
2. at least 60 gig HD. Non locked drives would be desirable so that i can upgrade the storage at a later stage.
3. be able to play vid's without transcoding formats
4. output video to tv
5. supported locally

Optional bits are:

1. removable battery
2. DVR capabilities
3. ability to add gps capabilities when available
4. ability to add DVB-T when available.
 
i narrowed down my search to the COWON Q5W. Does anyone on the forums have this and would like to comment about its capabilities? I had a look at the archos 605 wifi but dont think its supported locally.

Thanks

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# 101236 21-Dec-2007 11:50
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sounds like u need a nokia n95.

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  # 103043 5-Jan-2008 14:29
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The archos 605 are quite good but quite expensive around $900 ish

You won't find any in NZ

 
 
 
 


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  # 103054 5-Jan-2008 16:32
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I know its not portable but this little baby has to be the neatest media player/client on the block, and only US$179.

Cyril

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  # 103056 5-Jan-2008 16:37
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Uh I think hes looking for something of a portable type not ones where you plug it into your tv at home

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  # 103064 5-Jan-2008 17:57
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yeah got that, hence I worded the post as I did, simply pointing out what you can find out there now, some pretty clever stuff and very reasonable prices.

Cyril

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