New Device Records Video Directly To iPod

Mar 2nd, 2007 | By | Category: Video


iLuv has introduced a new device, the iLuv i182, that is designed to make capturing video for playing on an iPod easy. Videos can be captured manually or in increments of 30, 60, 120, or 180 minutes with resolution as high as 640 x 480, 2.5 Mbps.

The dock connects to any source with an S-video port and records video directly to the iPod’s hard drive. You can also save content to an attachable SD and MemoryStick card reader.


  • For iPod:
    • Records video onto the hard disk drive of your iPod with video capability
    • Compatible with the 5th generation of iPod
    • Accepts AV or S-Video input and converts it into the digital format for playback on your iPod
    • Simple two-button user-interface:
      • start/stop recording
      • recording time from the pre-set selections
  • For PSP and other personal media players
    • Records video onto a USB device, Memory Stick, MMC or SD memory card
    • Recorded video format compatible with Sony PSP

The i182 sells for $229. More information is available at the iLuv site.

via New York Times

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