Today's DAP Headlines:
It's DAPland's National Korean Picture Gallery day, as we show you some new material on Maxian's T600, as well as the highly-anticipated i-Station V.43. One of our users (p)reviews the Philips HDD6330 and those Chinese boys are girls are at it again... just look at them partying!
Boy, is this PMP/PVR/whatever-you-want-to-call-it market turbulent or what, these days? It's hard to keep track of the available assortment already - let alone the upcoming stuff. Among the latter category we'll find the Maxian T600, a rather clean-looking widescreen (4-inch, 16.7m colors, WQVGA TFT LCD) Portable Video Recorder that comes in 20 and 30GB flavors. More familiar among fanatics would be Digital Cube's i-Station V.43. Sure seems to be quite the fingerprint magnet, Mister Bond!
Well, well - whaddayaknow? Our favorite Dutch consumer electronics giant, Philips, decided to plunge their new (30GB) flagship DAP, the HDD6330, onto American markets without as much as a warning. You're likely to stumble onto one of these sexy-looking black slabs of Digital Audio Stone while browsing your local Best Buy's shelves for something less-useful. One of our users already bought one and wrote a quick preview on it all. Again, this DAP is every fingerprint's wet dream, but we'll forgive it for that - after all, it has these really nifty-looking blue-backlit controls and all. And "nifty" = "good".
The weekend's over but the same can't be said for iRiver Fans' (Chinese) partying initiative. Woohoo! Drink till you drop, then blow up some balloons (ok, it was the other way around) and blast the chicks away with a mighty fine accordion solo... this is what DAP love can do to people. Ye be warneth.
See you again tomorrow, folks!