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We'll admit, we had our suspicions that Teclast's capacitive multitouch-packing T50 would arrive with an eerily similar user interface to some other device out there, and a ten minute video review recently tossed up by MP4Nation thoroughly confirms those fears. In all seriousness, this thing may ac

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May 19, 2008 at 4:36AM
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Teclast has always turned out some decent-if-unspectacular PMPs, and its latest, the T50, is basically more of the same -- but adds in a capacitive multitouch display. Apart from that, details are rather sketchy -- and the product shots pretty renderiffic -- so there's not much else to judge, but t

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Leave it to iriver to take a chance with their industrial design. While their unconventional T50 and T60 DAPs aren't yet available Stateside, the good people of pocketables still mananaged to import the devices for a full review. Their take? Well, besides the interesting pocket bulge created by the

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While we might like iRiver best for its Clix and W10 hawterness, the company hasn't forgotten those poor unfortunate souls who can't afford to drop a few hundies on a PMP device. To that end, iRiver is busting out the T50 player today, which runs on a single AAA battery, boasts 52 hours of playback

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Pictured above is a bit of good news in the shadow of LG's market pummeling this morning. That's the official graduation photo of LG's new 10.4-mm thin FM37 (AKA, the &37) digital media player. It packs 2GB (249,000KRW / $266) or 4GB (299,000KRW / $320) of storage, support for MP3/WMA/OGG playb

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