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Hands-on with Samsung's YP-T7 flash MP3 player

Peter Rojas
January 25, 2005
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Nah, we didn't actually get hands-on with this ourselves, but when reader by the name of "Bobbetta" offered to send in a few pics of the YP-T7, Samsung's new flash-based MP3 player which one of her relatives who works for the company brought home, we had to say yes. Like we said before, this one feels like it's going to be for Korea-only. Comes in 256MB, 512MB, and 1GB sizes, and sports a decently-sized color screen for looking at digital photos, a text file viewer, a battery life of about ten hours, and support for playback of Ogg, MP3, WMA, WAV, and ASF audio files. Click to see a couple more pics.

UPDATE: We just received confirmation from Samsung's PR rep that this will be sold here in the States. Should be out in about a month or so.

Samsung YP-T7
Samsung YP-T7
Samsung YP-T7





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