Laptopmag reviews the Toshiba GigaBeat V30K. This player comes with 30GB of storage capacity for all your MP3, WMA, WMA lossless, WAV, Windows DRM 9/10, and WMV 9/10 media files. That’s not all, it sports a 3.5-inch TFT-LCD display, built-in speaker, and 8 hours (video) / 12 (hours) audio of continuous playback. Product page. Video (Japanese commercial) after the jump. Here’s the bottom line:

When backhanded compliments such as “good battery life” and “versatile online store support” are the best you can give, there’s clearly a problem with the MEV30K’s overall design. It’s moderately pleasing in a 2004 first-generation-PMP sort of way. But it doesn’t have the “gotta-have-it” factor that graces the Archos 604, the 5.5G iPod, or even Toshiba’s own gigabeat S

[via Laptopmag]

Laptopmag reviews the Toshiba GigaBeat V30K. This player comes with 30GB of storage capacity for all your MP3, WMA, WMA lossless, WAV, Windows DRM 9/10, and WMV 9/10 media files. That’s not all, it sports a 3.5-inch TFT-LCD display, built-in speaker, and 8 hours (video) / 12 (hours) audio of continuous playback. Product page. Video (Japanese commercial) after the jump. Here’s the bottom line:

When backhanded compliments such as “good battery life” and “versatile online store support” are the best you can give, there’s clearly a problem with the MEV30K’s overall design. It’s moderately pleasing in a 2004 first-generation-PMP sort of way. But it doesn’t have the “gotta-have-it” factor that graces the Archos 604, the 5.5G iPod, or even Toshiba’s own gigabeat S

[via Laptopmag]