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In case you're in the mood for some average performing, only mildly interesting technology, why not take a look at the Genus VIZO? It's a portable media player with pretty much everything you'd expect (and no doubt likely already have) from such a device: MP3 and WMA playback plus Ogg Vorbis support, which is admittedly somewhat rare in this iPod-dominated world. It can display all those classy JPEGs you own, as well as videos encoded in MP4, MPEG1, MPEG2, DivX and AVI. Its brightest spot is its size, weighing in at only 3.35 oz. and measuring only 2.5" x 2.5" x 0.7", so if you prefer your toys to be on the small side, by all means. Word is that the screen is a little on the weak side, but the comparativley generous four hour battery life isn't too bad. Be prepared to spend around $184 on this fine piece of work.

Product Page [Genus via Chip Chick]

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