Digital TV in your pocket...an Australian first!
LASER new product category, first to market with Pocket Digital TV
Sydney, Australia, October 12, 2009 - LASER Corporation, an IT and consumer electronics accessories company, today announced its foray into a new product category with the release of a Pocket Digital TV range - DVBT-C30 Classic C30, DVBT-MP32 Multimedia Plus, and DVBT-ST35 Slim Touch. This is the first product of its kind to hit Australian shores, a digital video broadcasting - terrestrial (DVB-T) pocket-sized TV that allows users to watch digital TV anywhere, anytime.
Featuring a portable and petite 3.5" screen with digital FM radio, the Pocket Digital TV puts on view mainstream TV such as ABC, Channel 7, 9 and 10, Prime, SBS, Southern Cross, and WIN, as well as digital specific channels including ACC, GO!, EXPO, One, NITV, Teachers TV, and Digital Forty Four. Incorporating an electronic program guide (EPG), users can navigate, select and discover content by time, title channel, and genre, plus the aspect ratio adjustment assures picture perfect proportions. Auto-scanning makes finding stations simple and the unit comes with a built-in antenna for high reception areas, external antenna for low reception areas*. Furthermore, with most countries in Europe and Asia now broadcasting free-to-air television via the DVB-T format, the Pocket Digital TV can be used overseas with users tuning in to local stations.
DVBT-C30 Classic C30
The DVBT-C30 Classic C30 is the entry-level Pocket Digital TV - a 3.5" handheld DVB-T TV with remote control, digital FM radio and EPG presents channel previews, subtitles (where supported) and multi-language options. There is no need to wait to recharge on-board batteries as the unit comes with an external battery pack. What's more, the Classic C30 doubles as a set top box offering an additional use, alternative and affordable transition from analog to digital television in the home.
DVBT-MP32 Multimedia Plus
On to the DVBT-MP32 Multimedia Plus, this 3.5" handheld DVBT-TV comprises multimedia rich further features and formats supported. As a media player watch movies, listen to music and view pictures or take it to the next level - the DVBT-MP32 Multimedia Plus doubles as a diminutive digital video recorder (DVR). Record preferred programs to watch later with the multimedia plus recording function.
DVBT-ST35 Slim Touch
Following on, the DVBT-ST35 Slim Touch with its touchscreen interface lets users interact directly with the device and the sleek design also supports digital FM radio and EPG presents channel previews, subtitles (where supported) and multi-language (option).
Backyard or park, poolside or seaside, with the weather heating up it is never a better time to hit the outdoors and at the same time enjoy digital entertainment. The LASER Pocket Digital TV range will be available from October 2009 in time for Christmas and the Australian summer. Available through electrical retailers and computer resellers. Data sheets attached.
RRPs inc GST
- DVBT-C30 Classic C30 AU$149.95
- DVBT-MP32 Multimedia Plus AU$199.95
- DVBT-ST35 Slim Touch AU$229.95
* Device works best where there is known good TV reception.
About LASER Corporation
LASER Corporation is an IT and consumer electronics accessories company established in Australia over 20 years ago. A leading challenger brand, LASER products are the value brand of choice and can be found in a range of retail mass merchants and the dealer and IT market. Furthermore and core to its business, LASER offers end-to-end OEM solutions with LASER Private Label. LASER Corporation's head office is based in North Ryde, Australia, with offices in New Zealand, China and Hong Kong. For more information, visit http://www.laserco.com.au.
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