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Epson P-4000 Multimedia Storage Viewer launched

Epson P-4000 Multimedia Storage Viewer launched - The Epson P-4000 Multimedia Storage Viewer is the essential portable device for photographers on the move with an impressive 80Gb of storage space.

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Epson P-4000 Multimedia Storage Viewer
Epson P-4000 Multimedia Storage Viewer launched
With its 3.8 Photo Fine high definition colour display, impressive 80GB storage and wide RAW support, the P-4000 is one of the most advanced photographic storage devices on the market.

The Epson P-4000 Multimedia Storage Viewer is the new addition to Epsons award winning Multimedia Storage Viewer range. It is the ideal tool for professional and semi-professional photographers, featuring an incredible 80Gb storage capacity for image backup as well as Epsons market leading Photo Fine screen. Presented in a sleek and resilient aluminium casing the Epson P-4000 is a truly stylish and portable device that should be in every photographers camera bag.

With the 3.8 display size and resolution of 640x480 pixels or 212 pixels per inch, you can review your photos on the brightest, highest resolution screen on the market. Epson Photo Fine LCD technology ensures a sharp lifelike preview of recorded images unsurpassed by any other manufacturer. The high-density LCD provides a much higher pixel density than other available models. The results are clearer, sharper images of unprecedented detail with high-quality colour rendition and brightness.

The impressive 80GB hard disk drive provides storage for approximately 18,000 6 MegaPixel digital images ensuring you will never run out of storage space whilst on a photoshoot. The Epson P-4000 can also be used to enjoy your photos, digital movies or music files whilst on the move. The rechargeable battery offers a long playback time (over 3 hours in continuous photo slideshow mode).

With integrated CompactFlash (CF) and Secure Digital (SD) memory card slots you can transfer all your images from your digital camera to the Multimedia Storage Viewer ensuring that your media library is always available and your memory card is free to store more new photos. Files are easily transferred to your computer via a USB 2.0 connection or you can print directly to any Epson USB compatible printer.

The Epson P-4000 stores and displays images in RAW and JPEG format from most digital SLR cameras. You can also view your digital movies, in Motion JPEG & MPEG4, and play music in MP3 & AAC formats.

Richard Baylis, Epson UK Consumer Sales and Marketing Manager says, The Epson P-4000 complements our Epson P-2000 Multimedia Storage Viewer, a hugely successful product whose quality has been recognized by a large number of industry and press awards. The addition of a new model to the range allows Epson to offer a choice of storage solutions for photographers on the move. With the 80GB hard drive, the Epson LCD Photo Fine display and the stylish design, the P-4000 is a truly unique product in the market.

Epson P-4000 Multimedia Storage Viewer key features summary
* Back-up, store and view digital photos (JPEG & RAW)
* Review the colour and detail of photos on the PhotoFine high definition display (640x480 pixels, 212 pixels per inch)
* Huge, 80GB capacity portable storage for any file transferred via USB2.0
* Transfer media files directly from your CompactFlash and SD memory cards
* Print your photos to any compatible Epson photo printer via USB direct print
* View your images on your TV via the A/V out connection
* Stylish and durable, high quality aluminum casing
* Enjoy movies (Motion JPEG & MPEG4) and music (MP3 & AAC)

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ZenTog 12 7.9k 1 England
8 Nov 2005 10:15AM
I want one and want it now except it costs nearly 500 for a storage device most people will opt for a latop instead I feel

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