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Epson P-2000

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Epson has thrown its hat in the ring again by adding a Multimedia Storage Viewer, the P-2000. This storage unit is perfect for the SLR user, and allows viewing of raw files as well as playback of audio and video. If you have a PC screen or television handy, the P-2000 connects to it directly, and also connects to Epson printers. As with any electronic device it has its limitations, but those of the P-2000 are not deterrents to a recommendation to purchase this high-quality unit.

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Epson has thrown its hat in the ring again by adding a Multimedia Storage Viewer, the P-2000. This storage unit is perfect for the SLR user, and allows viewing of raw files as well as playback of audio and video. If you have a PC screen or television handy, the P-2000 connects to it directly, and also connects to Epson printers. As with any electronic device it has its limitations, but those of the P-2000 are not deterrents to a recommendation to purchase this high-quality unit.

Among many other advantages to the P-2000, one of it’s nicer features is the large, high quality screen. The images, whether still or moving, are sharp and vivid. The liquid crystal screen give you an unaffected view of your images, and you can store or print these easily using a direct connection to other devices. This is done through Epson’s Photo Fine, a liquid crystal manufacturing procedure that increases resolution (pixels per inch) by offering three colors per pixel instead of one, which in turn takes the edge off the edges and smooths shadows and motion.

The viewer is a little heavy and unwieldy, but this is not a huge detractor. The high quality of the end product is worth a little struggling. It also supports limited file formats, and battery life is limited. However, if you’re after quality, the small problems are not problems at all. An additional advantage is the ease of use—it has sensible button controls that even a photography novice can understand, and keeps you informed of when it’s safe to do certain things (like remove memory cards or show filmstrips). For this communicative and high quality Multimedia Storage Viewer, the little disadvantages are worth putting up with.

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