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Epson unveils pair of PMPing Photo Banks: P-2500 and P-5000

I guess when you’re already storing all those family memories, you might as well be able to shoot back videos too. Epson has a couple of new Photo Banks coming down the factory line — the P-2500 and P-5000 — both of which will not only stash your digital pictures while on vacation, but will also double as personal media players (PMPs) for all your mobile entertainment needs.

The cheaper P-2500 throws down a 3.8-inch VGA display, a 40GB hard drive, support for a range of memory cards (CF, SD, SDHC), and the ability to play back a whole host of video formats, including MPEG-1/2/4, DivX, H.264, and WMV. If you bump it up to the P-5000, you’ll get a bigger 4-inch display (still VGA) and a bigger 80GB hard drive. All the other specs stay much the same, like USB HOST, video output, and so on.

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