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iubi's H80 isn't the firm's first Bluetooth-enabled portable media player to make us momentarily wish we were in Seoul, but it is the newest. Set to take South Korea by storm in green, silver and orange hues, this unit will boast a built-in speaker, integrated e-dictionary, a DaVinci chip and an in

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January 5, 2008 at 10:22AM
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It's not everyday that you can sneak a peek at the latest and greatest Korea has to offer on video, but PMPToday snagged a lengthy video of the iubi's forthcoming PMP-1480 on camera, and we're duly impressed. The \"mock-up\" on display looked mighty fine, and although it was a tad on the large side, i

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It's not like we were complaining the first time around, but iubi has just busted at a minor refresh of its Blue PMP over in Korea, and there's even more to love. The main enhancements are the fancy new DMB receiver, a 60GB HDD (up from 30GB) and a price drop to roughly $433. The player face did

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Another day, another totally sick portable media player we won't soon see here in the US. Iubi's N4300 has the obligatory CE.net 5 install, powering a 4.3-inch display, with GPS and XviD, DivX, MPEG, WMV, MP3, WMA, and OGG playback. We're actually a little happy we can report on these without worry

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With all the foreign PMPs we've featured on these pages, we can't blame you for not remembering a Bluetooth-enabled model from iubi that we brought you a few months back, but one look at its recently-released specs will definitely make you want to keep this one on your radar from here on out. Sport

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