We've seen Dell's foray into MP3/Satellite radio territory, now Samsung is getting into the groove by announcing its neXus XM Satellite Radio/MP3 Player using XM's Connect & Play technology. Look for a 512MB and a 1GB product—each includes a XM Satellite Radio home docking kit which lets you get XM Satellite Radio in your living room. Like the Dell, content can only be stored on the product when it's connected to a docking station, but that content can be listened to anywhere. I mean, can't we do something about this? What about live, portable satellite radio, goddamnit? How long do we have to wait for that from a portable, combination MP3 player? You people are starting to piss me off.

Ok, sorry, back to the neXus—it also lets you store and play MP3 and WMA files, and if you hear something you like on XM, you can "tag" it for purchase using the XM + Napster online service—that's always worked in the past, hasn't it? The neXus is about 3.4
H x 1.9
W x 0.7
D and if you want a vehicle kit, that's sold separately. No pricing yet.

Samsung neXus XM Satellite Radio/MP3 Players Unveiled! [Orbitcast]

Specs and pricing for more Samsung MP3 players