The Cowon A3 runs the Da Vinci videoprocessor (like the Maxian E900) encoding video up to 1,280x720px resolution.
The Cowon A3 features a 4 inch screen with a high 800x480px resolution.
Other features of the Cowon A3 include 30GB or 60GB HDD, T-DMB / DVB-T / 1SEG TV-Tuner options, MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, FLAC, APE, AC3 audio format support, FM Tuner, AVI, WMV, ASF, MP4, MPG/MPEG, VOB, DAT, MTV, and DivX video format support.
The measurements of the Cowon A3 are 133.4(W) x 78.5(H) x 22.0(T) mm and the weight for the 30GB model is 280g.
Cowon calls the A3 extreme. I assume it is because of the amazing support of media formats and standards.
Via the Cowon site (Korean).
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