Qrio (the company, not the robot) recently rolled out a pair of new portable media players for the Korean market, offering some pint-sized viewing with its G4 device and some added gaming capabilities with its G7 unit. Opting for the G4 will give you a 2.4-inch screen with 4GB of storage, along with support for MP3, WMA, and WAV audio, as well as XviD video. The G7, on the other hand, packs a 2.5-inch screen and is available in both 2GB and 4GB versions (in either black or white), with the usual array PMP functions, as well as an added FM radio, e-book capabilities, and, of course, those built-in gaming options. Exactly what sort isn't clear, although we're guessing that, like other similar PMPs, it'll take advantage of some of the many readily (if not legally) available games that now seem to be able to run on just about anything. There doesn't appear to be any word on a price for the G7, but it looks like the G4 will set you back the won equivalent of $116.

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Qrio intros G4, G7 portable media players