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Commodore Gravel In Pocket Portable Media Player and Gravel In Home

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Featuring the weirdest name for a PMP we've heard this week, the Commodore Gravel In Pocket supports MP4, MPEG, DivX, Xvid, WMV, MP3, WMA, WAV, JPG, BMP and GIF files. It has 1 or 2GB of internal flash memory, plus an expandable SD slot for removable memory. It plays at a respectable 24FPS (film quality) on its 2.8-inch TFT screen.

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Then there's the Gravel in Home system, which has a 80GB hard disk, which has Video On Demand and Replay TV support, but to what extent we're not sure. There should be more information at IFA from September 1 to September 6 in Berlin.

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DISCUSSION

I love gravel in my pocket, and lord knows my home can always use more gravel, but where's the Gravel in Shoe.

And where's the ultraportable Lint in Pocket?

Refresh my memory again, who are the most recent tards that bought the Commodore logo? And why are they putting this Crap in my Brain?