We're actually fans of Meizu's players, despite (or maybe because of) their similarities to Apple's offerings. Their latest, the Meizu M3 Music Card, has 8GB of storage, 1.5-inch display, FM radio, 20-hour battery life, and a $100 price point.
Remember the contest Meizu had for users to design their next MP3 player? Well, this is the winner. Normally I would begin shouting blasphemy because it looks hell of a lot like an iPod knock-off, but I just don't care anymore.
Meizu has another MP3 player in the works that looks mighty impressive. The MusicCard, or M3, is a small-form-factor dap that appears to be the size of a credit card, but a little thicker. The M3 will support the usual array of audio codecs including FLAC and Ogg, and be available in 2, 4 and 8GB models. The battery…