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Old 01-17-2008, 08:30 PM
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The Vertigo mp3 player
Specifications:
Dimensions: 4"x2.2"x0.28"
Capacity: 32 gb
Display: 3.4" (Diagonal)
Audio Support: AAC, MP3, WAV, FLAC, OGG
Photo Support: JPG,TIFF,GIF,PNG,BMP
Video Support: M4V, MP4, MKV, OGG, AVI
Battery: Up to 25 Hours audio playback fully charged
Up to 6 hours video playback fully charged
Charge Time: About 2 Hours
Ports: Audio through headphone jack
Connect to PC via USB 2.0
Weight: 4.0 oz

Description: The Vertigo is the mp3 player next in line for greatness, with a sleek interface to compliment the thin body and large screen. It supports a plethora of different file types, including photos, videos, and lossless audio in the form of FLAC. The buttons are touch sensitive but react to heat so that it cannot go off in your pocket. The Vertigo uses flash memory, so it is unaffected by jostling, and perfect for exercising with. It brings you the technology you always wished to find all in one gadget.
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Old 01-21-2008, 07:15 PM
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Kudos to you for using the word plethora. :P
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Old 01-22-2008, 10:16 PM
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This one's a winner for me. I especially like the way the screen fits around the controls. Plus, the screen seems to be a full 30 characters wide, as per the original ID3v1 specification, meaning less annoying scrolling and better battery life because the screen can be blanked earlier. Good to see FLAC support too, it should be standard issue these days, no excuses. That screen won't be cheap but hey, it looks chic. Done deal!

No mention of an FM radio? Better still, this player should have a DAB+ receiver built-in, since you're already paying for the AAC codec. With timer recording, of course. Oh yes, I will want one of these in a year or two.

The only part I'm not convinced about is the heat-sensitive controls. Cold fingers and gloves will frustrate these.

Four ounces is 113 grams, right? I believe you will make this player in about half of that mass, using existing technology.

Nice work.
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