CES2008: DENY T1 Digital Media Player

We came across the DENY T1 at a small booth on our way out of the conference yesterday. It is a small (2.7" touch screen TFT-LCD) digital media player that packs a decent punch. It supports mobile TV, text, images, FM radio, recording voice and radio, MP4, WMV9, DivX, and most common audio files. It claims 5 hours of video playback, and 15 hours of audio playback using a Li-Polymer battery. The models come in 1GB, 2GB and 4GB.

We had a short hands on, and it seemed like a nice product. The touchscreen worked well, they had a decent basic menu driven system that resembles many media PC interfaces, and the video playback looked smooth. The stylus doubles as a stand, though barely touching it caused the unit to fall over. Overall, the size and quality was impressive.

DENY is a Korean based company who are hoping to bring this product to the market here. We didn't get a price estimate if it made it, but it looks like it would be a nice addition

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Link: DENY / Vallio

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