Viliv has been around for a few years making ultra mobile PCs but will be releasing two PMPs. The P3, not to be mistaken for the Samsung P3, is a dual boot Adroid and Windows CE 6.0 player with an 800Mhz ARM based processor with a capacitive 800×480, 3.7” AMOLED screen. This player will be able to handle 720p MVK playback and come equipped with WiFi, accelerometer, and vibration motor (likely for haptics). Memory capacities will be 8GB, 16GB, 32GB but will also have a microSD card slot for expansion.
Taking a step up to a bigger screen and a more serious HD player is the Viliv HD5 that will play full 1080p video with the ability to pipe it to you TV though the HDMI port. The HD5’s screen is also a capacitive 800×480 screen but will be a larger 5” screen and will be LCD instead of the P3’s AMOLED. The player will be based on Windows CE 6.0 and playback full 1080p MVK files. Similar capacities to the P3 it will have an SD expansion slot.
I had a chance to check these out at CES and they are quite impressive and look forward to reviewing them once they become available a few months from now. No word on pricing yet.