Sony’s first portable USB media player – Sony SMP-U10
Sony has recently introduced their SMP-U10 which claims to be the maker’s first USB media player to provide near high definition quality movie viewing. The portable player supports various file formats including DivX, MP3, WMA, AAC, MPEG1,2,4, VOB and JPEG, and 1080p upscaling video output via HDMI connection.
Sony today introduced its first portable USB media player, SMP-U10, adding plug and play convenience to viewing content in near high definition quality. With the new media player, users can easily share home-made videos, popular YouTube clips, favourite MP3 songs, and prized photos on the big screen with family and friends.
For consumers that own TVs without USB ports, the SMP-U10 will be a handy addition that makes watching videos off the computer much more convenient.
• Simple and fuss-free playback of content in near high definition quality on TV
• 1080p up-scaling video output through HDMI connection
• Supports flash drives, hard disks, Walkman MP3 players, and Cyber-shot digital cameras
• Compatible with an extensive list of playback formats including DivX / MP3 / WMA/ LPCM / AAC/ MPEG1,2,4 / VOB / VRO / JPEG
• BRAVIA Sync
• PhotoTV HD
• Portable compact size
The SMP-U10 USB media player will be available in mid-November 2009 at all Sony authorized outlets. Suggested retail price is S$109 inclusive of GST.