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Newsmy (or Newman, as it were) may not be a household name here in the States, but it's good for pumping out new portable media players at a decent clip over in the Far East. Thankfully, there's this amazing invention called the \"internet,\" which essentially enables folks all over the world to trade

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Seriously, you just can't find a PMP that's any manlier than this. For starters, the phrase \"man\" is used three times in the product name (Newman ManMan A1), and secondly, it's fluorescent pink in color. Clearly, Newman is aiming at those with a soft spot in their hearts for the previous generation

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Newsmy, which we can only presume is really Newman based on history, has just introduced its latest portable media player: the F4. Not a lot is known about this critter just yet, but we do know it packs a 1.3-megapixel camera, movie recording mode and enough file formats to not even mention specifi

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In one fell swoop, Newman shows the industry how to get its ass back into plastic. The Cool Man MP3 player is anything but, man. Unless you're still wearing that acid-washed, Blondie pin collector from your 80's wardrobe. The DAP features an OLED display, MP3/WMA support, built-in mic and bleb popp

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Newman has never had much luck cranking out portable media players that were easy on the eyes, and unfortunately, things aren't getting any better with the M8000. The bulky PMP features a 4-inch 320 x 240 resolution display, support for NES emulation and text viewing, a 1.3-megapixel camera, integr

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For Newman, it wasn't enough to knock off an iPod nano from years past. Oh no, it had to replace Apple's iconic click-wheel with a prominent \"N\" on its MOMO-X2, just so it's absolutely clear what PMP is being aped. In all seriousness, we reckon that letter has more to do with the company's name tha

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Isn't that cute? It's like two music players, but they make a heart! Oh, and look, there's a crack down the middle, it kind of looks just like two people kissing. Maybe you can stick the Juno soundtrack on there and give half this Newman DAP to that special someone. It's like giving a piece of your

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It's not often that we applaud a foreign media player manufacturer for its choice of naming nomenclature, but Newman's done a swell job with its latest line of ManMans. The A3, A4, A4+, A5 and A6 PMPs all feature lots of glossy, plenty of screen real estate and interfaces not in our native tongue.

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Hello Newman, your MP4P E350 video player is looking a little smudgy today, but we're willing overlook that for your 3.6-inch screen and touch controls. Well, not really, but maybe somebody in China will, 'cause it's available there now, and that's probably where it's going to stay.

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Newman's been known to crank out a few less than beautiful devices in its time, but the interestingly styled vx1000 certainly ups the ante. This handheld conglomerate manages to wear an awful lot of hats, as it features a built-in media player, four-inch 480 x 272 widescreen panel, an image / text

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Newman's had a thing for kicking out low-cost, fairly well-spec'd portable media players over in China, and the M669 looks to uphold that reputation quite nicely. This pocket-friendly PMP reportedly includes a 3.6-inch LCD, 20GB internal hard drive, support for MP3, WMA, OGG, and MPEG1/2/4, video ou

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Remember the Cowon iAudio F2 that came out about two months ago? Yeah, the one with the button interface? We're pretty sure that Newman's latest offering, the D20c, is the lovechild product of the iAudio F2 and a 1980s Casio calculator. It's got an 80GB hard drive (although some Chinese sources cite

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While we're running thin on details about this new Newman MoMo media player, we can tell you that the word on the street in China is that it's quite slim at 10mm (0.39 inches) for a player with 320 x 240 resolution, plus support for AVI, ASF, MPEG, VOB, WMV, MTV, DAT, MP4, MPG, and the normal group

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You'd think that we would have heard of a company that's made (or perhaps rebadged) literally hundreds of DAPs and PMPs since 2004, but until we came across the swivel-screen M790, we'd never caught wind of a Chinese manufacturer called Newman. Most of its products are simply cookie-cutter devices t

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