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Goodmans offers 4GB MP3 player

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 26 Nov 2007 13:02 User comments (5)

Goodmans offers 4GB MP3 player Goodmans has launched the GMP34G6, a small MP3 player with video playback capabilities. The model offers 4GB storage capacity, which the company claims is enough to accomodate 1000 MP3 or 2000 WMA tracks and three hours of video playback. It is MP3/WMA/MTV/JPEG compatible and offers a voice recorder (recorded as ADPCM format).
Text documents (.txt extension) can also be stored and viewed on the player's 1.8-inch color screen. The slim, black player also has a microSD Card slot, added to allow users to move music from their phones to the player and vice versa. For video content, video conversion software is included in the package.

The player is available now, priced at 44.99 at Argos.

Source:
Pocket-Lint.co.uk

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5 user comments

12.12.2007 10:24
vinny13
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That sound's pretty good...

23.12.2007 9:35

This player with the menu features look like all the ipod rip offs on ebay.

33.12.2007 13:06

Originally posted by ydkjman:
This player with the menu features look like all the ipod rip offs on ebay.

Honestly all future and current companies that sell MP3 players will copy the Ipod to some degree. Its going to take somebody new and innovative to either top or match what they are doing marketing and product wise. As long as this mp3 player is at decent price somebodies going to by it.

43.12.2007 14:17
gpb42
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so what is the point of this 'news' article?
This isn't even news.
Is there anything special about this device to make it stand out against the others? Good price, but this sounds like an advertisement.
Afterdawn.com, please don't sell us advertisements in the news section.

Thank you, love your site.

520.12.2007 6:39

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Text documents (.txt extension) can also be stored and viewed on the player's 1.8-inch color screen.
This feature i would really love to have.

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