O2 PMP is finally over, and two of the more important tidbits you could ever want to know have been revealed. The PMP, which supports a gaggle of file types including MP3, OGG FLAC, AAC, WMA, DivX, MPEG4 and WMV (just to fire off a few), will arrive with a 4.3-inch touchscreen, SDHC card slot, 8GB / 16GB / 32GB of internal capacity, an internal speaker, TV output (up to 720p), 10-band custom equalizer, 18-hours of battery life for audio playback (8-hours for video), optional T-DMB TV tuner / e-dictionary functionality and your choice of pink, black or white motifs. The real news? An October 13th ship date in South Korea along with prices ranging from ???294,000 ($224) for the stripped-down 8GB edition to ???399,000 ($305) for the 32GB edition with a DMB tuner. Yanks, sadly, will have to wait.
[Via iAudiophile, thanks Ang]
Cowon's O2 PMP ships in Korea October 13, starts at $224
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