Sharkoon ViViDO: MP4-Player

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Sharkoon ViViDO: MP4-Player
 
Sharkoon presents the new ViViDO MP4-Player, a mobile, multifunction device with a trendy design and easy-to-use controls, offering simple and highly mobile access to personal music collections, videos and favourite pictures all in a highly attractive design. The player has an elegant, colour metal case available in black, red and blue, a 1.8" TFT colour display with 160 x 128 resolution and an illuminated touchpad that makes menu navigation simple as well as giving the front panel a stylish appearance.

The Sharkoon ViViDO supports the formats JPG, MP3, WMA and AVI, and with help from the included conversion software the video formats RM, VOB, DAT and RMVB. The player reproduces frequencies ranging from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. In addition to playing media files, the device can display text data and be used as a dictation device. Power is provided by a lithium ion battery, and energy saving technologies allow for adjustments to be made to the display and touchpad backlighting. With dimensions of 90mm x 42 mm x 9 mm (H x W x D) and a minimal weight of 32 grams, the Sharkoon ViViDO is an easy-to-carry companion.

The Sharkoon ViViDO is available in three colours. Each colour is available with memory capacities of one, two and four gigabytes, and the device is compatible with the operating systems Windows ME, 2000, XP, Vista, Mac OS X and Linux. Included in the packaging are "earbud" headphones, an USB cable (USB Plug / mini-USB) and a software CD.

In case of further questions or to request photos and other informational material, feel free to contact us or go to www.sharkoon.com.

Prices:
1 GB: MSRP 45 euros
2 GB: MSRP 55 euros
4 GB: MSRP 70 euros
 
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12-12-2007, 10:51:43

flashpuma
oh no... please tell me your wrong. they look neat.

so they are suppose to stick straight up straight as a dodo?

12-12-2007, 10:56:55

ionicle
you have a 775 motherboard?

they're suposed to be sort of S shaped

like...this:

[IMG]http://www.xbitlabs.com/images/cpu/lga775/lga-5-s.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.hardcoreware.net/image.php?src=2797&ts=1087642467[/IMG]

12-12-2007, 11:05:10

flashpuma

http://www.hardcoreware.net/image.php?src=2797&ts=1087642467[/IMG]



Phew. Thank you for that Ionicle. I was REALLY panicking then.

It is exactly like that one you have photo'd.
It is a Maximus Formula SE.
Was getting worried and ordered it from overseas (Germany) pre water blocked from MIPS.
And it's getting close to XMAS for sorting out problems.


Is it ok to have touched the pins really lightly?

I may have done this no in my panick (ARGH!). Not altered them or damaged them or anything. Only lightly touched.

12-12-2007, 11:48:59

Rastalovich


Is it ok to have touched the pins really lightly?

I may have done this no in my panick (ARGH!). Not altered them or damaged them or anything. Only lightly touched.



Wouldn`t make a habit of it. Especially after a) eating fried finger licking chicken and b) after sliding across a carpet with a high polyprolene content.

Same with memory tho, probably be ~ok~

Don`t do it in purpose ! :p

12-12-2007, 11:51:24

nathan

Wouldn`t make a habit of it. Especially after a) eating fried finger licking chicken and b) after sliding across a carpet with a high polyprolene content.

Same with memory tho, probably be ~ok~

Don`t do it in purpose ! :p



or any other sticky residue :p

12-12-2007, 17:28:10

SuB
to summarise, don't do it again! :P

12-12-2007, 18:02:49

SBB
So don't build a PC in KFC right?

13-12-2007, 00:17:56

flashpuma
Ok I get the picture. LOL

Thanks again for the photos Ionicle!!!!
Greatly Appreciated. Really put my mind at ease.

You can see how I was worried though, as the pins do look like they have been bent downwards to one side when I expected them to stick straight up like a needle vertically.
Especially with that S shape and what looks like blunt hooked tips.

I had a panick attack for an hour or two then [PHEW]

13-12-2007, 07:01:22

nunzio
Hey.. let us know how that motherboard goes, was looking at getting a mobo from mips, but couldnt find anyone with one to give a good review.

13-12-2007, 07:32:03

flashpuma

Hey.. let us know how that motherboard goes, was looking at getting a mobo from mips, but couldnt find anyone with one to give a good review.




Sure will do. Will take me another week at least to get the PC build running. But at present I cannot fault 'MIPS Computer GmbH'. Michael Franke who dealt with me over email has been absolutely brilliant.

I had the LCD poster missing from the box. One quick email to MIPS and I got an email stating they would look for it. (would have mislaid it putting on waterblocks I thought.) Soon got email back saying they found it and was in the post.

I would certainly highly recommend them thus far. Fingers crossed my MB works ok and waterblocks are fine.
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