“Toshiba is releasing four new portable digital music devices — one boasting a 60 GB capacity — to rival Apple’s.
The Gigabeat F range of players, targeting the Japanese market, includes 10 GB, 20 GB and 60 GB models. Each features touch-sensitive color screens for navigation options such as volume control.
All three models use a 1.8-inch hard drive which can hold up to 2,500, 5,000 and 15,000 pieces of music respectively. The players record music at 128 Kbps and can handle both WMA and MP3 Latest News about MP3 format files.
Toshiba also unveiled its 10 GB capacity Gigabeat G10, which resembles a minidisk player and is compatible with Windows Relevant Products/Services from InterLand Business Hosting Services Media Player 9.
The G10 includes software that enables users to create playlists in Windows Media Player that can be downloaded onto the player, including information such as artist names and track titles..”[Via ECT]
The MethodShop Spin: Yawn. Are people still trying to make iPod clones?