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LG hopes to take the portable video market by storm

Written by Dave Horvath @ 10 Apr 2007 7:08

LG hopes to take the portable video market by storm Korean based electronics giant, LG, known for everything from cellular phones to flat screen televisions to refrigerators is looking to branch out in yet another electronics market. While pictures of the LG FM37 personal media player have been floating around for some time, details have often been scant at the very best. Now as the player takes to the market, a few more details are available as LG hopes to take portable video to a new level.
Armed with the same processing power as their LDC televisions, the FM37 comes in a shiny aluminum chassis and touted as the best small LCD displays on the planet. Although in early reviews popping up, the media center software is being called unsightly names like "clunky", this still doesn't stop people from giving the little device a shiny review.

Crisp picture in a 2.4" display isn't all as its also got touchscreen ability to help navigate the media software. All of this adds up to great, but not the best sound, according to reviews and a battery life said to reach some 3 hours of continuous video and 20 hours of audio.

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