Onda's VX777 (or VX777+, as it's apparently now known) has been popping up here and there for a while now, but it looks like it's finally nearing an actual release, and MP4 Global has now provided a fairly thorough video overview of the device for the occasion. Unfortunately, it appears that this particular model doesn't boast the WiFi we had heard about previously, although it does somewhat surprisingly pack a capacitive touchscreen (3-inch, 400 x 240) instead of a more common resistive one. Otherwise, you can expect your choice of 2GB, 4GB or 8GB capacities, with a microSD card slot provided for further expansion, along with a TV-out, a built-in microphone, and support for just about every audio and video format you could want. Head on past the break for the video, and look for this one to start shipping next week with pre-order prices clocking in at $89, $99 and $109 for the 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB models, respectively.

[Via Slash Gear]

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Onda VX777+ touchscreen PMP gets detailed, shown off on video