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Creative Introduces the 30GB Zen Vision

| Posted: Aug 5, 2005 7:59 am

Broadening their Zen lineup of portable MP3 players, Creative have kicked off the latest Zen product which sports a decent sized screen for video playback amongst the usual MP3 playing abilities and the like. A 30GB hard disk is resident and amongst the ability to play back popular formats such as MPEG-1/2/4-SP, WMV 9, Motion-JPEG, DivX 4 and 5, and XViD, the new Zen Vision also supports TiVoToGo which allows the viewing of TV content recorded on a TiVo personal video recorder, as well as digitized home movies transferred from the PC.

 

For further details, have a read of the official announcement over at Creative's website. The official product page can also be found over here folks.

 

MILPITAS, Calif. - August 3, 2005 - Creative Technology Ltd. (NASDAQ: CREAF), a worldwide leader in digital entertainment products, today announced the Zen Vision™ MP3 player with a 3.7-inch SharpPix™ high-resolution 640x480 262,144-color screen for photo viewing and digital video playback. Featuring a transflective screen that provides excellent image and video quality even in bright sunlit conditions, the 30GB Zen Vision carries up to 15,000 songs, tens of thousands of photos, or up to 120 hours of video. Available in either pearl white or black, the Zen Vision measures 4.9 by 2.9 by .8 inches and weighs only 8.4 ounces. It is available today for pre-order at us.creative.com for only US$399.99.

 


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