Conclusion: It's capable of viewing JPEGs of up to 30Mp in size and most RAW formats are supported, with some even allowing for basic editing on the fly. Useful, but even with MP3 and MPEG support thrown in, it's hard to justify the P-7000's cost.
Excerpt: Epson has offered a range of "Multimedia Storage Viewer" portable storage devices for several years now. The screens have always been a highlight, with excellent color rendition that exceeded anything else on the market. The latest generation of these devices takes an already good product and adds some nice enhancements. Epson have introduced two new models, the 80GB P-6000 ($599.99 / £449.99), and the product I reviewed, the 160GB P-7000 ($799.99 / £549.99).