Powered by Windows Portable Media Center, the S30 boasts a 240 x 320 2.4-inch QVGA display, an FM tuner, AV output, and compatibility with Vongo‘s new digital video subscription/download service. It supports WMV, DivX, MPEG-2, MP3, WMA/WMA Lossless, and JPEG formats. Here’s what DAPReview has to say:

While the S Series has a fantastic GUI, great controls, and is terrificly stylish, it has miserably battery life and simply lacks any sort of recording features along with minimal codec support. This all makes it really hard to give it a score. Yes, the S series is indeed lackluster for many DAP-enthusiasts, especially on this site, but I cannot ignore how terrific the S series is for its target audience: iPod users

[via DAPReviewt]

Powered by Windows Portable Media Center, the S30 boasts a 240 x 320 2.4-inch QVGA display, an FM tuner, AV output, and compatibility with Vongo‘s new digital video subscription/download service. It supports WMV, DivX, MPEG-2, MP3, WMA/WMA Lossless, and JPEG formats. Here’s what DAPReview has to say:

While the S Series has a fantastic GUI, great controls, and is terrificly stylish, it has miserably battery life and simply lacks any sort of recording features along with minimal codec support. This all makes it really hard to give it a score. Yes, the S series is indeed lackluster for many DAP-enthusiasts, especially on this site, but I cannot ignore how terrific the S series is for its target audience: iPod users

[via DAPReviewt]