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GenerationMP3 takes a peek at the Aigo MP-335 & E868comment: 8 | Tuesday, June 27 (2006) 04:55PM | Posted by Robert Sinke
They've brought it to our attention before, and now Greg from genMP3 has some in-depth video video footage on these weird Aigo devices to share with us.
The MP-335 is a white-colored PMP that comes with 30GB worth of storage capacity and it supports MP3, WMA,WAV, MPEG1/2/4, AVI, Divx, Xvid, JPEG, TXT. Runs for about 5 hours (through a removable battery) when playing video while measuring 128 x 78 x 22mm. The MP-335 runs on a linux-based platform; supposedly, it'll cost about 400 Euros in the end. Stuff like USB-Host, a widescreen (480 x 272px) TFT LCD, video recording and line-in encoding aint too bad either. We have to say that the demo model we saw at CeBIT was very... plastic-like, but well - that's how things go.
As for the E686: that's the successor to the E858. Equipped with an SD slot and capable of playing MP3/WMA/OGG/MPEG4/AVI (DivX)/VOB/DAT/MPG/MPEG/TXT/JPEG, it's quite the busy little bugger. too bad the battery life per charge is a mere 5 hours for audio (3.5 hours for video).
LINK (Thanks, greg)
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