Simple but very stylish, the Meizu Mini Player is an iPod Nano clone done right. Featuring a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 512MB ($87) – 4GB ($200) of memory, video playback, SRS 2.0 sound enhancement, OGG support, 20 hour battery life for music playback, and supposedly dual processing chips. It measures just 48X79X10mm and is available now in China.

Normally we would frown on another cheap iPod rip-off from China, but in the case of Meizu’s Mini Player, it looks like they’ve actually managed to make an improvement on the oft-copied design.

[via engadget]

Simple but very stylish, the Meizu Mini Player is an iPod Nano clone done right. Featuring a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 512MB ($87) – 4GB ($200) of memory, video playback, SRS 2.0 sound enhancement, OGG support, 20 hour battery life for music playback, and supposedly dual processing chips. It measures just 48X79X10mm and is available now in China.

Normally we would frown on another cheap iPod rip-off from China, but in the case of Meizu’s Mini Player, it looks like they’ve actually managed to make an improvement on the oft-copied design.

[via engadget]