Japanese manufacturer Siren has announced a trio of thoroughly average-looking digital audio players today, each available in a couple of different variations. Starting at the bottom end, the DP100 (in the middle, above) is the lowest cost model, available in 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB flavors for 5,980, 7,980, and 12,800 Yen respectively ($50-110 US), and available in your choice of silver, orange, or white. Next up is the Nano-esque DP200, also available in 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB variations, although slightly pricier at 9,980, 13,800, and 18,800 Yen ($86-$160) -- but that'll get you a slick OLED screen as well as an FM tuner and voice recorder. The top-end model is the DP300, available only in 1GB and 2GB versions for 14,800 and 19,800 Yen respectively ($128 and $170 US), packing the same specs as the DP200 but adding video playback (DivX, even) on the player's spacious 128 x 128 screen. Look for them all to be available (in Japan) later this month.