Following the footsteps of the iPod nano, RAmos’ Q28cam portable media player comes with a built-in camera that ought to make it a far more versatile portable photo frame – after all, you will be able to snap photos on the spot and share them with friends whom you’re meeting up with later. Of course, it won’t be a replacement for your digital camera anytime soon since it maxes out at 3-megapixels, but still, that’s better than nothing. Apart from taking stills, you can also record 720p videos with it, encoded with H.264 in MP4 files. While there aren’t any other specifications revealed, this looks set to stand out from the standard fare we’re used to seeing.
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