RAmos is a little late to the shuffle knock-off game, but it looks like its new MiniQ player should stack up to the competition
quite nicely, with it boasting many of the same improvements other companies have managed to cram into that familiar form factor. From the looks of it, this one is available only in a 2GB version, which includes a barely there monochrome OLED display and SRS Wow
technology to give your tunes an artificially enhanced boost. All that'll apparently set you back 299 yuan in China, or just about $40.