Be careful not to suddenly inhale near this device, you are libel to snort it up your nose by accident. Yup! It’s really small. Like 2.9 x 1.7 x 0.35 inches. However, it IS big on the inside. Much like the Tardis (for all you Doctor Who fans). It’s got 1 or 2 Gigs of Flash memory which is a nice size for most portable music files. You can load up your MP3, WMA, WMA DRM 10, and WAV song files. Plus, it can handle Jpgs and Bmp’s.
Use the USB port for recharging the Li-Polymer battery. One interesting feature is the included software, MusicMarker music recognition system. If you happen to overhear a song and it’s name seems illusive for the moment record some of the music into the miniOne using it’s built-in mic. Then sync up the miniOne with MediaManager which will find the song info you need.
The Venzero ONE is it’s larger version and does have a few additional features. Including viewing AVI’s, podcasting, RSS reading, and simply having 8 Gigs of Memory. Plus, the big model can be used on MAC’s (OS 9 and above). Still, the MiniOne is fairly impressive. Just don’t lose it in your pocket lint!
A talented and Emmy-winning digital special effects technician by trade, Cecilia has also made her mark over the years as a writer in video editing magazines. Her CV includes HBO’s "From the Earth to the Moon" and SciFi Channel’s "Frank Herbert's Dune" and "Children of Dune". The most recent Visual Effects work was done for an online film: "Eye of the Bennu". This project was notable for being the first film made entirely by people only communicating over the Internet. No one has ever actually met in person. A virtual film made by virtual people. Cecilia is currently making props for a short film project about a violent monk. Hmm.