Maxian D900 "Neo" in favor of a model with some internal storage capacity -- after all, we didn't see a lot of SD cards laying around Zion. For those of you with readier access to flash memory, however, the 4.3-inch Neo might be just the player you've been looking for, what with its 800 x 480 pixel resolution, 400:1 contrast ratio, and 200 cd/m² brightness. You're also getting a built-in DMB tuner, Burr Brown DAC, built-in speakers, and a kickstand; and because this device is powered by WinCE 5.0 and features an 802.11b/g radio, we assume that you can do the email / web browsing thing as well. As far as codec support goes, there's WMV, DivX, XviD, MPEG-2, and H.264 on the video side and MP3, OGG, FLAC, and APE on the audio tip. Unfortunately, there's not much chance that you'll see Neo tearing it up at your local electronics store, but if you simply must own a device named after a Matrix character, HTC's Trinity may help fill the void.