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Wednesday, 21 March 2007 11:30

Commodore attacks at two fronts

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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CEBIT 2007: MP3 and PC enthusiasts


Many of you remember Commodore 64 and 128 a legendary computers and we had a chance to see two Commodore companies at the show. The fist one is called Commodore world and tries to sell the small and nice Video and MP3 player.


They have a feature called Commodore world where you can log and share some content and buy some music. One of the music / flash / video players is called C-IP-0300 and has one or two GB of memory. It supports QVGA TFT screen with 160x128 pixel resolution.


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This small player plays MP3, WMA and WAV and AVI and WMF. Let's not forget that it can play BMP, JPG, GIF and PNG picture and has a build in speaker.

It really looks very close to Zen V Plus but this one is thinner and slightly bigger, but the design is close.


C-IP-1000 supports 1 to 4 GB of storage space, WQVGA resolution with 2.6 inch screen and 400x240 pixel resolution in 16:9. This one plays Videos including MPEG2, MPEG4, Xvid and the most important DivX. It has a built in speakers and supports all the picture and audio formats like the C-IP-0300.

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The last one is the car navigation with SAR III chip. It is thin and stylish, includes the maps of Europe and has 320x240, 3.5 inch TFT screen.

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It has touch screen option, easy user interface, Mini USB, Bluetooth SD/ MMC card slot and build in speaker. More about the PC commodore in another part.     

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