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Mintpass’s mintpad almost ready to unleash its minty-ness

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2009

Mintpass's mintpad almost ready to unleash its minty-nessThe mintpad may look like a puny PMP, but inside it’s got a scheduler, camera, chat, music player, video player, voice recorder, even a web browser with flash support. It’s finally ready for official export out of South Korea. They’ve already prepared a 64-page full English manual and 20-page product brochure.

Right now they are working on the languages for a number of regions, including the US. That should be finished between April and May. No word on price yet, but it has a $150 price point over there. All indications are that it will leave you feeling minty fresh. We can’t wait to check one out.In the meantime check out a video below.

Mintpad: The digital way to pass notes

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2008

Mintpad: The digital way to pass notesMintpad is interesting. It’s basically a tiny pocket screen that lets you pass notes, but in a digital way. It’s different from texting because the Mintpad is basically a tablet that lets you write on the screen with a stylus. Though it doesn’t recognize handwriting, it will send your original note to your friends via Wi-Fi. It doesn’t seem very minty, but what do I know?

As you might expect, you can only send the notes to other Mintpad owners. That’s the downside. Aside from that interesting feature it’s a typical portable media player, Web browser, camera with 4GB of memory. Currently it’s only available in Korea for $156.