If you’ve got a color PDA, it’s probably capable of video playback. But getting the video in the proper format and size for your PDA, and getting it onto a memory card, is a hassle. GemSOC has come up with a way of making the whole process a little easier — a device that records video directly to the card and preformatted for PDA playback. Using MPEG-4 compression, the Media Jukebox 2000 records video directly to either a Secure Digital or Compact Flash card in 352 x 240 res and 25 frames per second, with audio recorded in MP3 or AAC. And while there’s no internal hard-drive for archiving shows, it appears that it’s possible to hook up an external one. Price is expected to be less than $200.