Motorola To Introduce Mobile TV Player

Jan. 3, 2008
Motorola will showcase its new mobile media player at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Motorola will showcase its new mobile media player at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The device, the Mobile TV DH01, allows users to watch TV, on-demand video clips, and programs saved on a DVR from any location. The pocket-sized media player has a 4.3-inch screen. It has a five-minute memory buffer that lets users pause live television, and its memory card can record up to 90 minutes of video. The DH01 supports the DVBH broadcasting standard and other open-standards interfaces across devices, networks, and application service platforms, according to Motorola. "Mobile TV is expected to grow significantly in 2008 and beyond," Navin Mehta, vice president of Mobile TV and Applications Services for Motorola, said in a statement, "and Motorola is in a unique position to mobilize the TV experience to deliver broadcast and personalized content wherever and whenever consumers want." Mehta added that the consumer viewing experience is changing from 'broadcast time' to 'my time.'

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