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Though it’s hard to believe that such devices are still being produced. The mobile phone and smartphone especially took a bite out of the role of MP3 players and PMPs. It is true that not all mobiles provide exceptional audio quality and that some still resort to a quality MP3 player. Cowon C2 follow in D2 and D2 + footsteps. The compact design and lack of buttons tells us that we are dealing with a touchscreen device. It has a diagonal of 2.6″ and a resolution of 320×240 pixels.
What makes the Samsung Galaxy Player 50 especially appealing amongst the mist of a world of portable media players or handheld devices is that its been embroidered with the Samsung Galaxy badge – which many of you will know about due to the success of its distant cousin, the Samsung Galaxy S Android phone. While its second ‘attraction’ will no doubt be the fact that its runs on Android, a relatively cheaper alternative to Apple’s iOS if having apps is what you’re after.
There is no doubt the so-called ‘mp3 player’ / digital audio player market has been over saturated with so many choices and alternatives over the years. While iPods may have become the ‘gold standard’ due to Apple’s raise to fame rather than true performance and reliability. Other brands have had to struggle their way into consumers’ peripheral vision, one way many have been able to do this is by significantly cutting their devices’ price and offer even more features.
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Launched only just last month, the Samsung YP-U6 falls into the new generation of Samsung’s affordable, basic audio player line up. This isn’t to say its featureless. Its predecessor, the U5 did rather well in many reviews as it was designed perfectly as a mini mp3 player for going to the gym, which made it a perfect alternative for the more pricey iPod Shuffle.
Last week’s news but never too late. Sony adds to its growing Walkman family of PMPs, Sony have launched the new 7.2mm-slim bodied S750. While this new Walkman doesn’t boast OLED display or a touch screen, it does still churn out a good 50-hour long battery life for music playback and 10 hours for video playback. What’s more is that it also boasts noise cancelling functionality, a feature which we’ve loved in our previous reviews of Sony’s Walkmans (A845 and X1050).