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Sure, we could beat around the bush and say, \"well, the test report calls it an iPAQ and it's got both GSM and HSPA on the 850 and 1900MHz bands, so it's probably headed to AT&T\" -- but let's cut to the chase for once, shall we? Despite much of the documentation still falling under confidential

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Sure, we could beat around the bush and say, \"well, the test report calls it an iPAQ and it's got both GSM and HSPA on the 850 and 1900MHz bands, so it's probably headed to AT&T\" -- but let's cut to the chase for once, shall we? Despite much of the documentation still falling under confidential

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Tears well up in our eyes when we think back to the early days of Windows Mobile and HP's dominance; in recent years, the company has all but vanished from the scene, trudging along with a handful of poorly-marketed, underexposed devices that haven't launched on any US carrier. Turns out we haven't

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Tears well up in our eyes when we think back to the early days of Windows Mobile and HP's dominance; in recent years, the company has all but vanished from the scene, trudging along with a handful of poorly-marketed, underexposed devices that haven't launched on any US carrier. Turns out we haven't

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So apparently the current version of the Samsung Yepp K3 only offers users a rather drab blue interface for navigating through menus, and with so many other colors in the rainbow to choose from, it's kind of sad that the \"illegally sleek\" player doesn't take advantage of them. Well turn those frown

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With Sony's NW-A800 Video Walkman (pictured center) now globally released, we thought you might like to see how it stacks up -- literally -- against the Samsung K3 and the notoriously thin iPod nano. As you can see, Sony opted for chub and squat over slim and long by comparison. But just look at th

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We've seen Samsung's K3 in product shots, pre-release gropes, and out prowling the floor at CES. What we haven't seen until now, is a proper, full-on review of the tiny flash audio player. Fortunately, CNET Asia just corrected that in their usual good, bad, bottom-line review style. Their verdict?

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Although the color pink seems to be stealing all the attention these days, we're definitely down with a bit of green mixed in too. Samsung's K3 has gone from black to red and now to green, but considering the firm announced both of these shades way back at CES, we're just glad to see it following th

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Here's some K3 love just in time for V-day. It's \"Wine Red\" mind you, not PRODUCT (RED) so Samsung will keep a tight fist on any profits from this swank little player. What is it about the color red that makes these thin flash players look so fine? Oh wait... the red K3 won't ship until the summer.

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Just days after Samsung's uber-slim YP-K3 DAP got all official on us, here comes news of a docking speaker attachment to give it the built-in sound projection capabilities that the YP-K5 already has. Although Samsung has also announced that the K3 will be landing in lime green and red flavors here s

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The K5 looked great and everything, but for those not digging the external speaker or people looking for a potential Nano competitor, the K3 looks like it could do the job. For the full specs, check out our earlier coverage, but in the meantime, check the video above or the download below for a

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Pssst... yeah, you. Want to see Samsung's YP-K3 getting groped? About as slim as a pair of mangled hangnails, eh? No price, date, or hard specs yet, just a bit more man-handed fondleage after the break.

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We thought the YP-K5 wasn't too shabby, but it really needed to be rid of that folding integrated speaker system. Looks like Samsung's new K3 did just that. We're lacking other hard detail but it's got a 1.8-inch OLED display and FM tuner and hopefully the same 1, 2, and 4GB options (and maybe if w

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