HP Launches Pocket Playlist at CES 2013

HP Launches Pocket Playlist at CES 2013

On top of the notebooks, desktops, and monitors which HP has already announced, the company is also introducing the HP Pocket Playlist at CES 2013.

The HP Pocket Playlist allows you to stream unencrypted content such as movies, music, TV shows, and photos, to up to five mobile devices without requiring a data plan or an internet connection. Smaller and lighter than the average smartphone in the current market, it acts like a home DVR and comes with a month of PlayLater, a new DVR app for online content which enables recording videos from over 50 online websites to be streamed later without internet connectivity. Playing to most Wi-Fi enabled Android, Windows, and iOS mobile devices, it holds up to 16 full length movies, 7,600 songs, or 10,000 photos.

The HP Pocket Playlist will be available in the U.S. from 15 February 2013 for US$129.

HP will be located at:-
7 January 2013: Pepcon, 7-10.30pm, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
8 January 2013: ShowStoppers, 6-10pm, Wynn Las Vegas

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