PMC

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PMC

Abbreviation for:
postmarketing commitment (see there)
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Based on Freescale's multimedia processing and power management technology and Microsoft Windows Mobile Portable Media Center software, the gigabeat S Series delivers enough playback time to enjoy a full-length feature movie and more.
Headquartered in Markham, Ontario, Toshiba of Canada is a digital technology leader with a wide range of Audio Visual Personal Computers, notebook computers, high definition home theatre systems including televisions, DVD players, multi-media projectors, and portable media centers.
5 hours Up to 7 hours Smartphones 40 hours 80 hours Mobile phones 60 hours of talk time 120 hours of talk time Portable media centers 12 hours of video, 24 hours of video, 30 hours of audio 60 hours of audio MP3 players 42 hours 84 hours Portable CD players 96 hours 192 hours
This makes the drive ideal for use in small portable media centers and mobile music devices.
Mobile Device MP3450(50Wh) Laptops Up to 4 hours* Portable DVD players 6 hours Digital cameras 4800 photos Camcorders 12 hours Portable media centers 12 hours of video, 30 hours of audio MP3 players 42 hours Portable CD players 96 hours PDAs 14 hours Mobile phones 60 hours of talk time * Extra run time for 17" laptops will be lower.
Both Toshiba families offer unprecedented storage to transform digital devices into multi-functional, portable media centers for information and entertainment.
Mercora M is developed expressly for the Windows Mobile platform which provides a rich multimedia experience for end users across a range of form factors including Smartphones such as the Motorola Q, Pocket PCs such as the Palm Treo 700wx, and Portable Media Centers such as the Toshiba gigabeat S.
CyberLink DVB-H TV Solution is a software player for mobile devices such as Pocket PCs and Portable Media Centers.
The evolution of handsets into portable media centers has presented a tremendous opportunity for mobile and entertainment companies to partner in the creation of content that enhances the mobile experience," said Vince Broady, senior vice president of CNET Networks Games & Entertainment.
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