As certain market trends have shown us, a nice, simple, clean design generally goes over pretty well. Unless that design is sinfully ugly. Such is the case with the Commodore eVic MP3 player. Specs-wise it's an average current-generation unit, with a 20GB hard drive, MP3, WAV and WMA playback, encoding up to 320kbps and voice-recording. But where's the big color screen, the twenty-some-odd hours of battery life (it's got 8-10 hours, non-removable) and the innovative design we were promised for our next-gen MP3 players? What's the deal with the dual-color body (and really bad grammar on their website for that matter)? What's the deal?
Commodore eVic (now we know what it stands for)
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