Chinese manufacturer Meizu is nothing if not prolific, which accounts for not one but two bits of interesting news coming out of the company today. First up are some details on its Music Card digital audio player, which we now know will come in 2, 4, and 8GB varieties, each packing a 176 x 132 1.5-inch display, a built-in FM radio, and a promised 20 hours of juice from the battery, not to mention a whole range of interchangeable face plates. Apparently, these'll sell for as little as $65, $80, and $100 for the 2, 4, and 8GB models, respectively -- though not 'round these parts, obviously. On another front, Meizu has let loose some more info on its now infamousminiOne handheld, otherwise known as the M8. According to Meizu CEO J.Wong, the device will be available in two separate versions: an entry-level model without a camera and a standard model with one, each available 4GB and 8GB variations, ranging in price from $195 to $400. It's also apparently been confirmed that the device will indeed come with a 720x480 16-bit 3.32-inch display, although any word on an exact release date remains unclear.