By >Daimaou - G.G-B
Digital Bible Player, the pious PMP
This may make our French readers (myself included) laugh, but this PMP is quite… pious… Xell, a Korean company, has been offering for a few years an electronic bible. The latest model resembles a PMP more than anything else. The Digital Bible Player (DBP) replaces your paper bible if you own one. You can bookmark certain pages of that novel that still sells after 2,000 years of existence. Otherwise, the DBP has a few interesting features to help you survive when at church, such as an MP3 player, an FM tuner, and an e-book reader (slot SD). This product comes 20 years too late for me… it would have been useful during my school years (Catholic school powered).
It’s important to note than in Korea, there are more catholic churches by square meter than Mc Donald’s, which is not a bad thing.