Samsung Yepp 300S MP3 Player Review

Posted: Apr 22 2003, 9:43am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:47pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Samsung Yepp 300S MP3 Player Review
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Envynews writes: With some many solid-state MP3 players on the market, it’s getting hard to choose the one that fits the bill. Samsung just finished refreshing their entire line-up of portable MP3 players which they affectionately call the Yepp. Today, we take a gander at the YP-300S 64MB player which can accommodate a SmartMedia expansion card.
Here’s a snip:

“MP3. In just over 5 years, this little codec has changed the face of digital music. Every geek remembers the first time they downloaded a 3-5 megabyte file which contained an entire song. When you realize that the most common digital music format back then was the WAV with its astronomical files sizes of 40 megabytes for a typical song, the MP3 format was an astronomical breakthrough. Fast-forward half a decade and there are dozens of firms marketing MP3 digital audio players. Today, we look at the new Yepp YP-300S from Samsung.”
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