Argosy to debut storage system

Digital storage specialist Argosy will unveil its new mobile video storage system on its stand located at 1032 in the Sheikh Maktoum Hall today.

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By  Administrator Published  September 7, 2007

Digital storage specialist Argosy will unveil its new mobile video storage system on its stand located at 1032 in the Sheikh Maktoum Hall today.

The Taiwanese company has established a formidable reputation in Asia for its digital storage technologies, and hopes to create a similar buzz in the Middle East as it rolls out its new product range at GITEX Technology Week.

The new HV356 mobile video storage system supports HD video output (up-scaling to 720P) for better picture quality and employs a 3.5-inch SATA HDD.

Argosy claims the HV356, when connected to a PC, offers similar functionality to a USB 2.0 external hard drive. The internal hard drive can be formatted to either NTFS or FAT32.

Users can create folders to store home video, music, or photos on the internal hard disk, and then immediately playback the contents on their TV.

The HV356 also boasts DivX external subtitle and DVD menu support, with additional features including a photo viewer with thumbnail preview, enhanced private folder utility, and recently added playlist.

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