Remember the P-5000 Work Loader? The hulking mechanized exoskeleton that Ellen Ripley uses to rip the xenomorph queen a new one in Aliens? Sure you do. Well, this is what an advertisement for the P-5000 would look like, were we all ill-fated enough to live in the world of Weyland Corp.
There's a flurry of Nikon point-and-shoot digital camera releases hitting right now, and the highest-end entry is the 10-megapixel Coolpix P5000. It's aimed at those who want more control and quality than the cheapest models but are wary of jumping into a digital SLR just yet. We're intrigued by the P5000's image…
Well, Canon just did it, so why shouldn't Epson. This is the P-5000—it is a combination portable photo viewer, photo dumper and general PMP device. It has a 4-inch display with a 640 x 480 resolution to display video and pictures from the integrated 80GB hard drive or from CF, SD or SDHC portable media.