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A company called Unicon Systems is now working on a nifty little WiFi portable media player called the MBridge. Using 802.11b, this PMP will run on Linux and touts freedom for all technology. So not only does it play media, but you can also use it for data transfer, chatting with instant messengers and even buying music from online stores. Also lets you connect with online photo services. With a 3.5-inch screen, two USB ports, a high speed USB mini OTG, internal SD card slot and IR port, this little device kind of rocks. Measuring 3x5x0.75 inches and weighing in at 6.5 ounces, it'll only run you $160. But you'll have to wait until October to get one. Preorders are being taken now.

MBridge [Unicon Systems]