The Packard Bell Eclipse media player is in fact Packard Bell’s first player that handles both music and video. The player able to render a lot of common file formats that are already on the market, such as MP3, WAV and WMA audio. The player also supports some up-to-date file formats such as MP4, WMV and XviD movie clips. The player comes with a refurbished design as compared to the one previously used on earlier devices.
The player is able to deliver non-stop music supported by a long lasting lithium-ion battery, which the makers claim lasts up to 22 hours when playing audio only but it has however not been tested when playing videos. The player is quite generous on storage as it comes in 2, 4 and 8GB sizes. It also has extra features such as voice recording and an FM radio.
The player is quite easy to use as it comes with some intuitive navigation software and an ergonomic scroll wheel. The player allows users to view photos individually in a slideshow with a music soundtrack. The device is also able to convert other formats to make them readable by the device. In addition the device allows you to download using automatic feeds.
The Packard Bell Eclipse is a light weight device thus not giving users any burden when carrying it around. It weighs a small 45g and has scratchproof TFT LCD QVGA color monitor with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and measures 2.2-inch and the whole device measures 92 x 49 x 10mm.
The following is a list of features you can enjoy on the new Packard Bell Eclipse Mp4 player:
- 2.2-inch TFT widescreen display
- 45 grams
- 22 hours battery life (MP3 playback)
- Mini USB 2.0 Full Speed connector
- Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery
- Audio Formats: mp3, wav, wma, m4a, amr, aac, ogg
- Photo formats: jpeg, jpg, bmp, gif, tiff, png
- Video formats: mpg, mpeg, mp4, avi (XViD, DiVX), asf, wmv, mov, flv, 3gp, m4v
- Voice recording and playback
- DRM 10 compliant
- Playlist creation and synchronization
- Supports both UMS and MTS transfer mode
- 2GB, 4GB and 8GB
- Optional FM receiver (8GB version)