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IGN claims to have received the technical specs for Nintendo's 3DS. According to the site, the handheld will use the DMP PICA200 GPU, but running at a slowed-down 166MHz, along with two ARM11 CPUs, each running at 266MHz. That's quite a bit less powerful than the Nvidia Tegra chips once rumored to b...

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Alright, so this isn't quite like seeing Duke Nukem Forever popping up on Walmart shelves, but the Cowon X7 has been a long time in the making. Rumored since 2007, the Korean company's portable media player has now finally sauntered up to America's Communications Commission to dot some Is and cross...

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Sony's just announced a new E-Series Walkman, the E350. Available in blue, red or black, these bad boys come in both 4GB and 8GB varieties. Simple players, they offer up to 50 hours of music playback, and up to ten hours of video, and support a variety of formats. Other than that -- well, there's n...

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Instead of going with the rumored Nvidia Tegra chip to power the display in the 3DS, Nintendo has chosen a product from Digital Media Professionals. The Japanese hardware company announced last night that its PICA200 chip was selected by Nintendo as the GPU in the Nintendo 3DS. DMP boasts that th...

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We'd never heard of Digital Media Professionals until this very moment, but we'd guess the company won't have that problem in future -- according to a press release fresh off the Japanese wire, its Pica200 GPU is the one pushing pixels to Nintendo's autostereoscopic screen. While we don't know exac...

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Back at CES Samsung apparently unveiled this little guy -- the TicToc PMP, which seems to be aiming firmly at the iPod shuffle demographic -- whatever demographic that is. This little bad boy's got just one physical button (for power and volume control) while other functions of the player -- playba...

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Finally, the world's second attempt to escalate the neverending MP arms race. This sexy piece is totally standard, feature-wise -- plays audio / video, has a 1.3 megapixel camera, FM tuner and voice recording feature -- but for just $70, it's pretty much the best deal ever, right? Right? [Via PMP ...

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You know, Sony really has made a lot of moves to make its products more standards friendly, what with AAC and MP3 files on its DAPs, and a whole freakin' Linux install on the PS3, but it seems they've dropped the meme here with the TDM-NC1. The sexy little WiFi audio streamer supports ATRAC, AAC a...

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You know, Sony really has made a lot of moves to make its products more standards friendly, what with AAC and MP3 files on its DAPs, and a whole freakin' Linux install on the PS3, but it seems they've dropped the meme here with the TDM-NC1. The sexy little WiFi audio streamer supports ATRAC, AAC a...

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We know the winter's coming soon, and if you haven't hit the slopes just yet, we know you're itching to climb back in that ski lift as soon as possible. Shred Ready is making sure those "first day back" errors won't cost you an MP3 player, as its Freestyle Audio DMP is not only small enough to fit...

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Camera maker Minox is pushing beyond its usual boundaries once again with its new Volkswagen-designed DMP-3 media player, a follow-up to the DMP-2 and DMP-1 before it. As with its previous players, Minox is talking up the device's digital photo album and video playback capabilities as much as its MP...

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