Personal Video Player Uses DataPlay Discs

NowEvolution is reportedly prepping a new personal video playback device that uses DataPlay discs. The device will be able to playback MPEG4, WMA, MP3, AAC and maybe other formats. The discs are 500 megs, and thus capable of holding several feature-length videos or 10 hours of music, but limited because they can only be written once (no deleting and re-recording). Despite this limitation, the video playback device from NowEvolution is an interesting use for the media, though unless DataPlay comes out with a DPRW, it’s likely the format will fail. Source for the pics and info is HotMP3Gear.