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Old 01-08-2014, 01:50 PM   #1
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Vizio’s new touchscreen Portable Smart Audio players stream audio and video directly from the Web, from USB drives, and from mobile devices via Bluetooth. The Portable Smart Audio players come in two models, equipped with either 4.7- or 7.0-inch touchscreen displays, and offer direct access to “millions of streaming songs, audio books, and videos” from the Internet, “without relying on other mobile devices,” says Vizio.



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