MP3 player may not exactly do much to stand out from the pack of PMPs, but it does only cost $99, which is no doubt enough to earn it some serious consideration from at least some potential customers. According to the folks at CNET, however, while they likely won't find themselves too disappointed by the player, they also shouldn't expect something that rivals ones costing twice as much. On the upside, while the touchscreen interface isn't much to look at, it apparently does get the job done fairly effectively, and the player itself boasts a pretty impressive battery life of 50 hours for music or 3 hours for video. Then again, while the PalmPilot-esque design is nice enough, CNET says that the player "feels as cheap as its price," and that its sound and video quality is merely "acceptable." Hit up the read link below for the complete rundown, plus a quick video overview of the player.
[Via PMP Today