CES 2008: Pinnacle solve video transfer woes with their accurately named Video Transfer unit

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Pinnacle was showcasing their wares to all and sundry at CES Unveiled today. One of the products they have up their sleeve for you all is the Video Transfer unit, a simple USB device which allows you to copy a video to any USB device, like an iPod, PSP or PMP.

Not requiring a PC, you just transfer video from the source to the storage device, such as one of those saved vids from Halo 3 you rewatch several times each day. Just by connecting the unit to your Xbox 360, you’ll be able to copy over your favourite kill so you can watch it on your iPod on the way to work.

It encodes MPEG-4s in H.254 at up to 720×480/576, and supports a bunch of inputs such as SVideo, composite video and stereo audio. It’ll be flogged to you from Pinnacle at around $129.99.

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Katherine Hannaford