The HP Pocket Playlist is a pocket-sized device that acts as a portable hard drive and media streaming device. You can store music, movies, or other content on the Pocket Playlist and connect it to up to 5 mobile devices including smartphones or tablets to access your media on the go.

What makes the Pocket Playlist different from devices like the Kingston Wi-Drive, though, is the DVR capabilities.

HP Pocket Playlist

HP says you can use the Pocket Playlist like a home digital video recorder. It also comes with 1-month of access to PlayLater, an app which lets you record online video from sites including Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon to watch later.

The HP Pocket Playlist should launch February 15th for $129.

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3 replies on “HP Pocket Playlist is a portable media companion for smartphones, tablets”

  1. I wish smartphones come with an easy to access microSD card slot for swapping cards on the fly.

  2. I have Seagate Wifi hard drive which only support MP4, its a pain. How is this any different?

  3. i HAVE SEAGATE WIFI HARD DRIVE THAT ONLY SUPPORT MP4 WHICH IS A PAIN, HOW IS THIS AN

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