International Technologies Corporation (ITC), announced that it will begin distributing the MPIO One PortableMediaPlayer (PMP) to the North American market over the next few months.
The MPIO One first appeared in April. The nice looking and small video and music player that can handle up to 2 gigabytes of flash
storage. It weighs 34 grams and has up to 15 hours of battery life for music files, games and viewing a full length feature movie. MPIO One also has an FM tuner and supports MP4, MP3, ASF and OGG.
ITC apparently holds the exclusive rights to distribute product to the North American marketplace through its relationship with Hansol Korea. The Company also has agreements in place to deliver MPIO branded products exclusively to the Canadian market and to the United States on a non exclusive basis.
Now we just have to wait until Best Buy or Amazon are putting the MPIO One in their shelves.
More details in this press-release.
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