Philips launches portable audio-video players
Dubai, May 25, 2009
Philips has launched a range of six brand new models of digital video and audio players featuring its FullSound technology for superior MP3 sound reproduction, according to a report.
The new GoGear range features the new flagship Opus portable audio and video player with a 16GB, 2.8 inch QVGA color screen that can record online videos directly from the PC.
The Philips GoGear Aria is an 8GB version that comes with a 2-inch color display.
Both these players come bundled with a pair of high definition sound isolation earphones that deliver audio performance normally reserved for more expensive players.
For ultra-portability, the Philips GoGear ViBE is a 4GB audio and video player that comes equipped with a 1.5-inch full color display.
Completing the new range are the Philips GoGear audio players, Spark, Luxe and Mix.
The Philips GoGear Spark is a matchbox-sized 4GB music player that has a 1.46-inch OLED (organic light emitting diode) colour screen to show off album art or photos, while the Philips GoGear Mix comes with a 4GB memory with push-out USB to make file transfer a snap and Philips GoGear Luxe switches from music to calls.
The Philips GoGear Opus, Aria, Luxe and Spark all feature Philips’ innovative FullSound technology which faithfully restores sonic details to compressed MP3 music, enriching and enhancing it.
FullSound combines Philips’ renowned expertise in music reproduction with the power of the latest generation digital signal processor (DSP) that analyses the sound track ten million times per second to restore the original sound experience. The result is fuller bass with more depth and impact, boosted voice and instrument clarity, and rich detail.
Another innovative feature found in the GoGear Opus, Aria and ViBE is the Internet video download. This easy-to-use feature enables video downloads from video sharing sites such as YouTube, MySpace or Google Video directly to the GoGear.
All products mentioned above can be purchased at leading electronic retail outlets across Middle East, said the report. – TradeArabia News Service