Toshiba is not giving up in the futile war to kill the iPod, with marketing goons pushing even more semi-different Gigabeat models on us, the P5S and P10. These flash memory-based babies are trying to build on the slight success of the P5 "CanCam" edition.
The P5S holds 512 MB of MP3, WMA, WAV or JPEG files, while the P10 carries 1GB of your favorite music or pix, and both offer an OLED display, FM tuner, and a slightly funky-looking analog clock. We'll reportedly be seeing these in late May, with the P5S running $118, and the P10 going for $152.
Toshiba Gigabeat P5S/P10 [Tech Blog] Thanks, Steve!