EchoStar's PocketDish Takes On iPod

Stump, Matt
December 2005
Multichannel News;12/5/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 51, p24
The article compares the PocketDish portable video player from EchoStar Communication Corp. with the video-enabled iPod from Apple Computer Inc. The portable player has a large photograph and music storage capacity than iPod. The video player allows consumers to have free downloads of video contents. The PocketDish is available in three different sizes. It is said that the video player is compatible with digital video recorder with analog output.


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