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The recent trend of dual core CPUs in laptops is making its way into MP3 players in the form of the Teclast T19. One of the cores, the Telechips TCC 760, is dedicated to audio decoding. The other core, a Wolfson WM8750, is used to convert the digital signal to analog, which is piped to your headphones. The result of having two dedicated chips means better sounding music that's cleaner and has less noise.

The other specs are:

...a 1.9-inch 260k colors 220 × 176 pixels TFT screen which is suitable for you to watch MPEG1 Video, RBS Surround and Stone3D sound effects. It has also FM tuner, line-in recording functionality, eBook viewer, voice recording, dictionary and calendar.

The T19 is only available in China for RMB 599 and 699 for the 512 MB and 1G versions.

Dual Core MP3 Player - The 2nd Generation [iTech News Net]