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LG shows off Mobile DTV device for America

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 01 Jan 2010 23:39 User comments (3)

LG shows off Mobile DTV device for America LG has released the full specifications for the first American Mobile DTV device, the DP570MH.
The unit has a 7-inch, 480 x 234 resolution screen and can natively playback DVDs via the built-in drive. Making it a "Mobile DTV" device is the fact that it has a TV tuner that can pick up live TV, even while in fast moving vehicles.

The TV can playback live video for 2.5 hours on full charge, and has about 4.5 hours of battery life when used as a DVD player.

Mobile DTV is free, but the device will have $250 MSRP when it ships in a few months.


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3 user comments

11.1.2010 23:49

I don't care about the TV/DVD device. I wanna know about the hand held (cell phone?)device in the picture.

22.1.2010 9:11

Would be nice to have this technology included in a future cell phone. I don't mind having half a dozen different kinds of waves hovering around my crotch. Bring it on. :p

33.1.2010 12:22

divx certified?

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