Pocketable New PMPs From Airis

Posted: Jan 24 2007, 6:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:50am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Pocketable New PMPs from Airis
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If you are like me and try to avoid buying Apple you might be interested in these really cool looking PMP devices from Airis called the N0041 and the N0042. The nice shiny black with silver accents makes these some of the nicer looking PMP devices around.

They measure in at 3.38” x 1.57” x 0.53” and both have 1.5” 128 x 128 LCD screens. Compatible file formats for both players are MP3, WMA, SMV, JPEG and BMP and they have integrated FM tuners as well.The battery is removable with a 10 hour life on both units. The only difference between the two models is the storage capacity, the N0041 is 1GB and the N002 is 2GB. Pricing starts at $89 and you can supposedly customize the unit for $13 more. Story and image via Engadget.

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