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Tomato disappoints with its 'Video Touch' knockoff

Evan Blass

While Korean manufacturer Tomato has never produced the most eye-catching PMPs, at least the company was pushing out some original looking products for awhile. Not so with the measly 2GB or 4GB 'Video Touch,' which doesn't even try to deviate from Apple's tried-and-true design, although it does a great job in lowering the bar with its 320 x 240 QVGA screen. Supported file types include MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, MPEG-4, and AVI, although you'd really be doing yourself a favor by putting those 59,900 ($63) or 79,900 won ($84) towards a higher capacity, higher resolution device.

[Via PMP Today, image courtesy of mpnavi]

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