Acer's been quite busy as of late, demoing everything from GPS units to its new sleek laptops, not to mention its new personal media player, the MP-340. Just when we were getting into that upcoming newer, cheaper Acer device, our friends in Taiwan go out and show off what may be an update to the previous MP-500. This new slick little box, more technically known as the MP-400, has many of the same specs as the MP-500, including a 3.5-inch screen, MP3, WMA, DivX, and MPEG-2/4 support, an SD card slot and AV in/out -- and as Anything But iPod points out, it looks a slight bit like the iRiver Clix, what with the clean face and all. Unfortunately we haven't been able to find out how much of your vids and snaps the MP-400 will hold, nor what it will retail for or when this little black bundle might be be our own (assuming it ever actually comes to the US).
[Via Anything but iPod]
Acer MP-400 spotted, a possible update to MP-500?
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