If a Viliv X70 MID isn’t quite your thing, you might like its smaller counterpart–a Viliv S5 which works in about the same as it but comes with a smaller screen. In the above video, Intel’s Dan Sakols can be seen using it with a cool-looking lightweight “flight sim” game and with a program called live videocaster with which a user can broadcast live video via an Internet connection. That might sound cool on paper, but it’s even cooler when you see it in action, which you can by watching the video above.
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