PMP Brief: ViewSonic VM-MB7001 MovieBook, ONN V10, Onda VX595, Yinlips V900HD

The ViewSonic VM-MB7001 MovieBook

ViewSonic VM-MB7001 MovieBook

ViewSonic has been introducing new PMPs into the market like wildfire recently. Their latest MovieBook is VM-MB7001 which has a 7-inch 1366 x 768 resolution display and can output HD video via its HDMI port. It also can be used as a picture viewer and TXT eBook reader. For now, there’s little spec information surrounding this unit including music file support, price and availability.

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The new ONN V10 has a 5-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen that is capable of playing 1080p videos. It supports H.264, MPEG, RM, MKV, TS, MOV, MP4, AVI and FLV (plus a few others). It can also stream HD through its HDMI output. There is also Flash support for this device so you can download SWF files and Flash games. Finally it has USB OTG for faster data streaming. No word on capacity, price or date yet.

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The Onda VX595 PMP

Onda VX595

Onda is another company that keeps churning out the PMPs. We just recently talked about their VX575 and now they’ve released their next model, the VX595. The Onda VX595 has a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen with HDMI output for 1080p HD. It supports RM, RMVB, H.264, MKV, AVI, FLV, MOV, MPG, VOB and DAT. It also features games and music playback. No release date or price specified at this time.

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The Yinlips V900HD PMP

Yinlips V900HD

We’re used to PMP makers only releasing the base specs, but surprisingly Yinlips didn’t even release the screen size in their spec sheet. We do know it’s a 720p screen with 1280 x 720 resolution and that the V900HD can play AVI, RM, RMVB, MKV, MP4, MOV, DAT, FLV, 3GP and VOB video files and WMA, APE, FLAC, AAC, MP3 and OGG audio formats. It also has a TXT eBook reader, FM radio, recording capability and multi-tasking support. There’s no internal storage listed, but it does have a SD card slot for expansion. Rounding out its specs are a USB and HDMI port. Price and availability, you guessed it, not listed at this time.

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