Price cuts have made this Android-powered portable media player, which once cost $70 more than a comparable iPod touch, a potentially viable option. Now available for about the same price as a touch, it includes an FM radio, the ability to add extra storage via a microSD card slot, GPS, and, of course, a much larger screen. That big screen makes it a little bulky, and most people will probably still prefer the touch (or the Galaxy Player 4.2), but if you're looking for something smaller than a full-size tablet, but with most of a tablet's features, the Galaxy Player 5's lower price makes it at least worth considering.
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