The Land of Tarwal (dat klinkt wazig) heeft een comparison gepost waarin 11 portable MP3 players vergeleken worden:
On September 14, 1998, Diamond Multimedia announced the Rio PMP300, the world's first affordable portable mp3 music player. This was the beginning of the portable mp3 revolution. Although Diamond was not the first company to come up with a pocket sized mp3 player they were the first company to make one widely available. Following suit, Creative Labs announced a portable mp3 solution of their own earlier this year called the Nomad. After this a huge flow of companies started to announce their own designs.
I took a close look at 11 of the most popular and unique portable mp3 players, the Creative Labs Nomad 32mb and 64mb version, the Rio PMP300 and Rio PMP300 SE from Diamond Multimedia, the u-fi from Cambridge Designs, the MpMan CL10, the Samsung yepp, the Varoman+ from Varovision, the I-jam, the mPride from Remotesolution and finally the RCA Lyra.
Check de review hier.