I’m sure that you must get tired on the CES 2013 for it is flooded with abundant of notebooks, all-in-one machines and various Windows products. However, the HP Pocket Playlist could certainly fresh your eyes. As reported, the HP Pocket Playlist is a portable storage device, which could wirelessly connect your portable devices to realize data transferring in no network connectivity.
According to the introduction from HP, this new device supports to transfer unprotected media content to up to 5 portable devices simultaneously, including movie, music, TV shows, images and other data files. What’s more, this new device could also work on corresponding apps. HP has promised to provide free PlayLater service for users for one month.
Though HP didn’t tell us the detailed memory storage of Pocket Playlist, it exposed that this device could include at most 16 complete movies, 7600 songs or 10000 images. Also, this new device is compatible with Android, Windows Phone and iOS devices. The American landing date is estimated to be February 5th with a price at $129.