Een nieuwe MP3 speler. Ditmaal eentje van het Koreaanse Daewoo.
And now more details about MPIO specs: Processor: 10MHz, 16bit CLSC 32MB integrated flash memory (available also with 64MB) SmartMedia card slot for memory expansion with 16 and 32MB cards Voice recording: ADPCM sound format, up to 50 tracks or 120 minutes (32MB integrated memory) Telephone book function: stores up to 250 phone numbers, displays them on the LCD screen Graphics LCD display (Rio and MPMan have segmented displays) Can be connected to the LPT port of your PC, the achievable data transfer rate is up to 1.3Mbit/sec. Signal-to-noise ratio: 90dB Earphones jack: 5mW x 2 Frequency range: 20~20KHz Power: 3V, two AAA size batteries (can be replaced by rechargeable batteries) Dimensions: 90 (H) x 66 (L) x 18 (W) mm Weight: 74 grams (without batteries and belt holster clip) So, looking at the specs we can notice a few absolutely new details for a portable player. The first thing that catches our eye when we take MPIO, is the built-in microphone and REC button. However, as soon as we turn the player on, it appears solely the LCD display that draws our attention. Wow, it is a real LCD display! It is not a segmented one as we saw by Rio or MPMan, but a true screen similar to that of a notebook, though it is a an LCD monochrome. But still, you can hardly deny that Daewoo has made a significant step forward.