Following up on its fairly eye-catching T19 and T29 PMPs of years past (mainly last year), Chinese manufacturer Teclast has taken the lid off its upcoming, sequentially-named T39 -- whose main claim to fame is that it could well be the first flash-based media player to hit 16GB of storage (feel free to shoot down that assertion in the comments). For those not willing to pay what will likely be a premium for such a capacious device, the 2.6-inch T39 will also come in 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB flavors, all of which support MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AVI, and WMV files. With an FM tuner, electronic dictionary (though not in English, we're suspecting), and some kind of games on board as well, it sounds like this one could be a real winner when and if it ever hits the States; as of now, though,we don't have much more than a few specs and pics, so don't go blending your nano just yet.

[Via DAPreview]

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Teclast T39: first 16GB flash PMP?