Samsung Electronics has released two new digital audio players, the YP-P2 and YP-T10. Both players boast built-in Bluetooth 2.0 capability, which means they offer wireless listening whether connecting to Bluetooth 2.0 headphones or speakers.
I got to check out the models at a recent press event and must say they are each small, but have fair-to-moderate sized screens for media viewing. I was intrigued by the design, which is decidedly un-iPod and something all you PC users might want to check out. The Samsung P2 (seen at left) and T10 (seen at right) MP3 players will be available in the US in September of 2007 but pricing is still to be announced.
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YP-P2: Widescreen Portable Video
The P2 features an array of functions including video, music, photos, voice recording, FM radio and text, as well as portable file storage. It's 0.4 inches thick, but has a 3-inch wide screen. The high-resolution screen displays 30 frames per second in 16:9 screen ratio for seamless and steady video playback. The P2 features up to 35 hours of music playback, up to 5 hours of movie playback and is available with 4 GB and 8 GB NAND flash memory. The P2 is available in black, white and burgundy.
The T10 features full functionality in a slim player. It's 0.3 inches thick and 1.5 ounces, and T10 combines a music player, FM radio, photo album, video player, voice recorder, text reader and game player all in one. The T10 features 4 GB memory and is offered in three colors.