GenerationMP3 provides us with an in-depth video preview of the Teclast TL-29 Portable Media Player, which features 4GB of Flash memory, a 2.0-inch 176 x 220 display, built-in FM tuner, dual-core sound processing chip, and a voice recorder. Hit the jump to watch.
Yes, this device is actually called the “PS3 Game Player”. It features a 3.5-inch (320 x 240) TFT display, 1.3-megapixel camera, handwriting recognition, stereo speakers, TV-out, and built-in games. No word yet on pricing and availability. One more picture after the break.
This laugher sports a design ripped fairly hard from Sony’s PlayStation Portable, but dons a hysterical “PS3 Game Player” logo right across the back, which would absolutely thrill those wanting to play PS3 games without coughing up the dough for a $499 $599 console if, you know, those pesky discs would just fit
Slideon is a digital media player concept that sports a slider design that reveals a keypad at the push of a button. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on if this concept will go into production. One more image after the break.
The maker of this 3d rendering says it would use flash memory and be chargeable via the headphone jack.
AnythingButiPod provides us with an in-depth look at the Cowon D2 PMP. This player features a 2.5-inch TFT-LCD touchscreen display, 2GB or 4GB of internal memory, a built-in DMB tuner, FM tuner, voice recorder, an SD/MMC card slot, and up to 52-hours (audio) / 10-hours (video) battery life. Supported formats include MP3, WMA, OGG, MPEG-4, WMV9, and FLAC. Video preview after the break.
Jen of Pocketables demonstrates the Archos 604’s web browsing capabilities. This player sports a 4.3-inch TFT display, 30GB HDD, photo/PDF viewer, built-in speaker, voice recorder, and 15 hours (audio) / 4 hours (video) battery life.
Arguably the best feature of Opera is tabbed browsing. I adore tabs in Firefox and Safari (it’s in the new IE, too, but I haven’t tried it), so I really like that I don’t have to change my habits to use the 604 WiFi. Well, okay, I had to get used to having no “ctrl + t” and “ctrl + w” shortcuts
Jenn of Pocketables provides us with a hands-on preview of the iRiver X20 digital media player. It features a 2.2-inch TFT-LCD display, microSD card slot, built-in FM tuner, and up to 22-hours of continuous playback on a single charge. Video after the break.
The iriver X20 won’t appeal to everyone, though. For starters, it’s big and chunky compared to the nano, Zen V Plus, and Sansa e200 series. It’s also got that dust-magnet of a control wheel, arguably cheap toy-like look, limited photo functions (no slideshow or wallpaper functions), no OTG playlist creation, and no games
Measuring just 6.9mm thick, the Meizu M3 Music Card boasts up to 8GB of built-in memory, a bright TFT display, and XviD support. Video preview after the break.
The iRiver Clix V.2 is a tiny digital media player that offers an ultra-bright 2.2-inch AMOLED display, 2GB-8GB of built-in storage, a voice recorder, FM tuner, and USB 2.0 connectivity. Video after the break.
The jury is still out on this player, but it has the same price tags as its iPod counterpart, but can also do video and has a longer battery life. Interesting, indeed