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Maxfield is advertising the Max-Movie as having 1,024 MB of flash memory, and not the consumer-friendly 1GB, so you know they're gunning for an advancedd user audience. Officially compatible with Windows and Mac (thank you!), the Max-Movie supports the codecs that all the kids are using nowadays, including AVI, MP3, WMA and JPEG. It's supposed to be a jack of a trades (master of none?) and play all your videos and music on-the-go.

The Max-Movie also has a bunch of smaller add-ons, like an alarm clock, FM radio and a wrist band. Yeah, nothing too special, but it's the little things that make life worth living. It's available now for about $215.

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Product Page [Maxfield via The Red Ferret Journal]