The original audio-only portable MP3 players have rapidly evolved into multimedia devices that include a color display for navigating on-screen menus with colorful wallpaper backgrounds, looking at slide shows of digital photos, and most recently, watching movies and TV shows. And if a TV is available, most of them will display everything on the big screen with their TV Out capability. But, how good are these tiny screens? Are they toys, pretentious devices, or high-quality displays that can produce excellent picture quality comparable with your HDTV or computer monitor?Check it out over here.
Portable Media Player video quality compared
Posted on Saturday, September 30 2006 @ 13:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ExtremeTech checked out the video quality of a couple of mp3 and portable media players: the Apple iPod, Creative Zen Vision:M, Epson P-4000, Cowon A2, and Archos 604.