Samsung YP-F1 Wearable MP3 Player Details

Posted: Mar 23 2005, 11:27am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:38pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Samsung YP-F1 Wearable MP3 Player Details
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We reported the other day that Samsung introduces several new mp3 players in the next couple of month. One of them is the stylish Samsung YP-F1.

On Samsung's YEPP site (Korean) in Korea are now several product shots of the YP-F1 and specifications. The YP-F1 has a clip on the back side to fix it on shirts or jackets. A necklace can also be attached to the clip - smart design. The face plate can be exchanged and a series of colors are available. Samsung is also proud of their negative white 3 line display. Samsung new flash player supports MP3, WMA, ASF and Ogg. Features include FM-Tuner, USB 2.0, Alarm Clock and 3D sound. The Samsung YP-F1 is available in 256MB, 512MB and 1GB. It measures 29x63x17.8mm and weighs 32g.

Let's see how fast Samsung is getting this baby on the US and European market. More cool MP3 Players.

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