AP -- R-C-A is introducing a first-of-its kind home entertainment device.The Audio-Video Jukebox is about the size of two card decks, so it can be carried in your pocket. Spokesman Dave Arland says the Audio-Video Jukebox is a hard drive. That allows it to hold up to five-thousand songs, one-hundred-thousand photographs and forty movies. Arland calls it "a virtual V-C-R." R-C-A's Audio-Video Jukebox will be released later this summer. It will cost about 450 dollars. Copyright 2003 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.