04.01.2008 08:02 AM
Motorola unveils latest DVB-H-capable mobile entertainment device

Motorola last week unveiled the Mobile TV DH02, a mobile multimedia entertainment device equipped to receive live DVB-H-based broadcast TV signals.

A personalized TV, multimedia entertainment and navigation device, the Mobile TV DH02 allows users to view live television and use PVR-like capabilities such as timeshifting, live pause and frame grabbing. In addition, it features automatic channel scan and listing, a high-resolution WQVGA display, digital video at 25fps and a five-minute memory buffer for live pause and timeshifting of TV channels. It also offers GPS-based navigation capabilities and a touch-screen user interface with intuitive click, drag and scroll icon-based menus.

For more information, visit www.motorola.com.


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