Bluenics claims their T.On 1000 is the most powerful
PMP in the world, which seems like a bit of a
stretch, but it looks fairly interesting nonetheless. In addition to the stylish red accents, the T.On has a 3.5-inch
TFT, 20GB hard drive, and supports MPEG1, 2 and 4, DivX, ASF and WMV for video and MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, and AC3
for audio. It also has built-in GPS functionality, and will apparently keep playing videos for 8 hours straight or
music for 15 hours, thanks to the 3700mAh battery. It does not, however, seem to support video recording. $420 seems to
be the going price.