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    Amex Digital MP-501- World’s Smallest 1080P Media Player

    Amex Digital’s new MP-501 media player measures a tiny 175- x 128- x 15mm, and weighs 250 grams, but don’t let the size deceive you. It connects to USB hard drives, flash drives, has an SD card slot, and can stream 1080p video to your TV over HMDI, thanks to its ARM Cortex-A8 CPU.  These specs make it the smallest player in the world capable of full HD video.

    Video support is broad, too.  There’s also some standard definition support with a composite video / audio output and mini-USB port. Best of all, the MP-501 is available now for $49. Wow!

    David Novak
    David Novak
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