HP Pocket Playlist revealed

HP introduces a portable Wi-Fi media streaming device

January 7, 2013
Hewlett Packard

HP has announced the Pocket Playlist, a portable storage device that wirelessly syncs to multiple devices.

The Pocket Playlist is around the size of a cigarette-box and can stream encrypted content to up to five mobile devices at the same time, according to HP, and features 32GB of storage.

The device also has DVR capabilities, allowing users to use the Pocket Playlist as a home digital video recorder.

It comes with a one-month access to PlayLater, an app which lets you record online video from Amazon, Netflix and Hulu to watch later.

The device is said to cost $129 (R1,110).

HP Pocket Playlist

HP Pocket Playlist

Source: HP

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