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REMOTE CONTROL: Pocketwerks Vinyl 1.0 - access your MP3's just from your Pocket PC
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 09.12.02 - 10:49:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6680x
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Vinyl was designed from the ground up to take advantage of your digital music collection. With Vinyl you can remotely navigate and control the playback of your digital media collection from your Pocket PC via a beautiful user interface that features album cover art throughout.

A few of Vinyl's key features include:

  • Rich control of playlist and playback options anywhere via a wireless or wired Pocket PC
  • Support for all popular digital music formats ( mp3, wma, ogg, mp3pro, monkey audio )
  • A user interface designed for album art in mind from the start
  • Quickly index local and network music collections to browse with your Pocket PC
  • Still want more? Check out the Pocketwerks website for a full description with screenshots

A free trial version is available for download from the Vinyl site. Get it today!

I was beta testing Vinyl during the past weeks and it really kicked me! :-) It adds a value to my W-LAN/Pocket PC combination I've never got before. Now, the iPAQ H5450 is a real RC, while I use it with infrared to control my TV, I can use it also now to control my complete MP3 collection just from the couch! :-)
Find here my review later today!

Cheers ~ Arne

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