Post Thumbnail

Ready for it? We've got the release date for Samsung's tasty new Bluetooth media players with FM tuners: the YP-P2 and YP-T10. September. Ok, it's not so much a date as a range, but mark your calendars anyway and get to saving. How much? Good question, Sammy ain't saying, but you'd best start comb...

7 years ago 0 Comments
August 28, 2007 at 2:54AM
Post Thumbnail

We already caught sight of Samsung's new touchscreen-equipped Yepp YP-P2 DAP, but it looks like the company has a bit more in store for its Yepp line that just that, with it today officially introducing it along with two other new models. While there's little about the YP-P2 that we didn't already ...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Ok we admit it, we thought the device pictured over the weekend by Akihabara News was just the iPhone obscured by that iLuv case. But really, those pics were a bit preoccupied with something other than the, ehem, gadget. Fortunately, the good kids over at dapreview sorted it out with pictures and ...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

If you've been waiting anxiously for more details in regard to an actual ship date for Samsung's Yepp YP-U3, it looks like your wait is up. Of course, you've already had ample time to familiarize yourself with the feature list (except for the recently noted voice recording option) and even squash ...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Various flavors of Samsung's T9 music player have been floating around for a good while now, but the Yepp T9+ version packs a little something extra for those not content with just listening to jams. Design wise, not much has changed, as users will still notice a 1.8-inch 220 x 176 resolution disp...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Samsung's YP-U3 just made an appearance in France where Generation MP3 pulled an exclusive first look at the nostalgic YEPP audio stick. While confirming the specs we've already seen, GMP3 tells us that the U3 will be set free in Europe this June with prices topping out at €129/$174 for what ...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

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...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

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?...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Here's another V-day gadgety-gift idea for that special effeminate friend or iPod-less dictator with a taste for big red balls -- the Samsung Yepp T9, now in pink. That rose-colored bladder comes filled with Kenzo perfume which, presumably, is applied by hurling it at your mate like a water balloo...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

With the (official) launch of Samsung's Yepp K3 presumably just weeks away, who could blame you for taking your eyes off the T9? Until January's CES, the T9 reigns supreme in Samsung's lineup of flash media players. It even sports its own "series" of third party accessories like the big boys... alb...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

In today's "because they can" moment, Samsung has decided that in order to truly celebrate the 1-millionth YP-Z5 DAP sold, they must take 10 of them, dip them in 18K gold, and then auction them off to people who like shiny things. As you probably know by now, this blingification isn't anything new...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

iLuv is getting promiscuous with their affections this morning with an iLuv Stereo alarm dock for Samsung Yepp audio devices -- one of, if not the first third-party accessory for Yepps with more on the way according to iLuv's CEO. The Yepp T9B (pictured) is Sammy's FCC approved Bluetooth MP3 player...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

It's not like we weren't expecting it, but Samsung's Yepp YP-T9 player has finally been spotted in the US, though it's not exactly available yet. Best Buy has the 4GB player up for sale on their online store, but it's "backordered" for a week or two. The $199 pricetag lines up just fine with Appl...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Alright, we've seen it hit the FCC, China and Korea, but how do we really feel about this new Yepp player diving into the already crowded nano-killer space? According to CNET, we feel "Very good." The YP-T9 sounds to be quite tactile and fun to use, with solid buttons, a nice finish and that lova...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Alright, nothing to see here. Samsung is just parading their sexy, Adobe Flash-capable, 1.8-inch screened, 30 hour lastin' and video-playin' Yepp T9 all across Asia with nary a thought for us lowly North Americans. Now they've hit their very own South Korea with the player, and we've got our firs...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Looks like Samsung has a new one in the works; their YP-T9 DAP just got its FCC approval and it's looking mighty nice. The Yepp player measures 0.43-inches thick, and weighs a mere 1.7 ounces, but Samsung still managed a few extras. Most notable is the Bluetooth support for using wireless headpho...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Samsung's nano-esque YP-Z5 (you know, the one designed by a former Apple employee) is barely out the door, and Samsung already has an upgrade in the works. The YP-Z5F doesn't break any major new ground, but it does add two features that were lacking in the earlier model but are fairly standard in mo...

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

It's hitting our shores a little later than expected, but you can finally queue up for the US version of Samsung's hot little YM-PD1 personal media player (pictured), the YM-P1 (the absence of the "D" refers to the lack of a DMB over-the-air DTV receiver). Since we've been following this m...

8 years ago 0 Comments