Wolverine Data Ships 250GB Portable Multimedia Player
Wolverine Data is shipping the Wolverine ESP portable multimedia player with a storage capacity of 250GB. The Wolverine ESP Model 5250 features a razor-sharp 3.6-inch TFT LCD display and the ability to store and view 125,000 digital photos, play 500 hours of video or 80,000 songs, plus the capability to record television programs and FM radio — all in a 5.3"x2.8"x0.9" footprint that weighs 10.2 ounces. It is suited for professional and serious amateur photographers as well as for consumers who want the most extensive array of multimedia/multifunction capabilities in the palm of their hand.
Photographers will appreciate the ESP's large 250GB storage capacity that allows them to offload RAW or JPEG digital photos directly from their cameras, eliminating the need to carry a laptop or buy expensive memory cards. Afterwards, they can view, zoom, rotate and evaluate the EXIF and Histogram information of their JPEG, bitmap, tiff, text or RAW images on the crystal-clear 3.6-in. screen, a TV or a computer and print directly to supported printers. The built-in 7-in-1 card reader accepts all popular memory cards including Compact Flash, MicroDrive, Secure Digital (SD & SDHC), MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro and XD Card. An optional adapter accepts MS-Duo, MS Pro-Duo, Mini-SD and RS-MMC.
RAW files supported cameras include selected models of Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Olympus, Kodak, Pentax, Minolta, Konica Minolta, Panasonic, Contax, Leica and Sony.
Video enthusiasts will appreciate the Wolverine ESP's ability to download, store and play hundreds of hours of their favorite TV shows and DVDs, then watch them on the player itself, on TV or on a computer. With the optional ESP Cradle System the unit acts as a digital video recorder, enabling users to record directly from TVs, DVD players, VCRs or any video source. Supported formats include MPEG-1, MPEG-4, WMV9 and Xvid.
Music lovers will enjoy the ability to download, store and play their favorite music in any popular format including MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC (MP4 audio) and CDA. As a bonus, they can also record off the ESP's built-in FM radio.
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