We're loving Samsung's new line of PMPs, and as lifelong haters of forced video conversion, we're especially glad that Samsung's been throwing us torrent-using pirates a bone with great codec support and a 2.7-inch touchscreen in its new YP-R1 PMP.
The Tree Camera is an MP3 player that's made out of wood and cute to boot. It has a 256MB memory, plays MP3s, WMAs and OGGs and plugs into the USB port of your PC.
A Teddy Bear MP3 player is not exactly a new idea, but Baby Bidou's sleek junior version, in pink and blue, will allow France's tech-savviest toddlers to drool to 128MB of MP3s and OGG Vorbis files, with flickering lights reacting to the rhythm and an integrated mono speaker.
Fans have been awaiting iRiver S7 news ever since a leaked spec sheet documented the digital audio player's possible existence a few weeks back. Now a series of pictures are making their way around the giant interconnected tubes, but color us skeptical. The specs themselves seem more than believable (1GB of flash…
As if MP3, OGG, WMA, AAC, DivX, and FM radio support wasn't enough, this Turbolinux Wizpy player comes pre-installed with Linux. The OS, Turbolinux FUJI, has Firefox, Thunderbird, and Skype, which makes it easy to just plug the player into any machine and boot directly to Linux.
Teclast's R&D division has come up with the TL-T29, a portable media player that actually is pretty eye-pleasing. Also appreciated is that it supports so many gosh darn codecs, including the usual (MP3, WMA, etc.) and the esoteric (FLAC and Ogg). It does all of this with a 2.0-inch, 220x176-pixel resolution window to…
Just when you thought the PMP market was crowded enough, here comes the TwinMos PMP525. It's got a 2.5-inch screen with support of up to 4GB of compact flash—not bad. For audio formats, it plays MP3/WMA/OGG Vorbis and for video, MPEG1/2/4. The battery gets 4.5 hours of video playback time, which is enough for two…
LG shows that black is the new black with the MFJM53 portable music player. Shipping with an 8GB hard drive—like the iPod mini that Apple forgot—the MFJM53 has a slick finish but substandard features.
Looks like this is just a concept device but the good thing is that this should be a reality pretty soon. It has a 2.4-inch screen, voice recorder, FM tuner, OGG support, video support, and up to 4GB of flash memory.