William Tse, Viewsonic Australia's Country Manager said that the MovieBook will not only provide users with movies while on the move, but can also be used to display movies on any HD TV on 720p.
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The MovieBook comes in two models (a 5-inch and a 4.3-inch), has 8GB of memory built-in with a microSD card slot for memory expansion, promises up to four hours of video playback, and can output videos in 720p.
It sports an LCD screen that has a video output of 800x480, and supports various video and music files including AVI, RMVB, FLV, MP3, WMA and WAV, APE and FLAC. JPEG files are also supported.
The ViewSonic MovieBook VPD500 and VPD400 will be available starting this month for $299 (VPD500 - 5-inch) or $249 (VPD400 - 4.3-inch).