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Venzero Launches Sleek Personal Media Player

Listen, view, play, share, all with this new personal media player

Venzero Ltd. has introduced its new personal media player which supports a handful of media formats and has a certain feature that makes it stand out from every other media player we have seen yet.

Venzero's self-named Venzero One features an 8GB hard disk drive based storage capacity to store all of the supported file types the device can play. These media types include MP3 and WMA as is standard in most, if not all, players on the market as well as DRM 10 protected WMA files and WAV audio. The Venzero One also has the ability to play video files, specifically of the AVI format with the help of conversion software included with the device as well as display TXT, JPEG, Bitmap, and TIFF files.

The Venzero One also features an FM radio tuner as well as the ability to record from FM stations. The ability to record voice and podcast is also incorporated with the built-in microphone made possible by the SharePort which allows sharing media with any other device with a USB interface.

Finally, the Venzero One features support for MusicMarker which is a service that allows users to retrieve song information by recording a short clip through the microphone and uploading it to the MusicMarker service. This is done on the Venzero One by pressing the MusicMarker button on the side of the device.

The device has PlaysForSure support as well as an RSS-reader to take news and other RSS-enabled content with you. The Venzero One will retail for around $300 this coming June according to Engadget.
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