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Median M-Cody MX-400M: a VoIP phone and DAP collage


What do you do with a so-so DAP that hasn't exactly taken the global marketplace by storm? Well, if you're Korea's Median, you make use of that sliding USB jack, mic, and speaker already found in the MX-400, slap in some VoIP software from Callpia, and relaunch as the MX-400M MP3 Player and VoIP phone we've all been, uh, waiting for. The kit ships with an IR remote control, SD slot, about 20 hours playback of Li-Polymer battery, and even up to 2GB of on-board storage. They've also managed to pack in an FM radio, line-in recording, and support for MP3, WMA, ASF, OGG audio and AVI, MPEG1/2/4, and WMV video formats viewable on that 1.3-inch 260k TFT LCD. Impressive -- but just 'cause you can, doesn't mean you should. Anyway, if this sounds like the shiznit to you, then feel free to unburden yourself of the 149,000 Korean Won (about $161) required to take her home.


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