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Motorola launches DH01 - digital TV in the palm of your hand


Motorola is moving (temporarily) away from mobile phones and into mobile television, launching the DH01, which offers digital TV in the palm of your hand.

And it's a rather smart little thing, offering a 4.3-inch screen, video display at video at 25fps, recording and playback via SD storage card and a long-life battery (four hours of viewing at a time). It can even pause live TV. And with it using the European DVBH standard, you can pick up all the digital channels in your area, with listings just like your home TV.

No news on price as yet - expect to see people on trains using it later this year.

Find out more from the Motorola website

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