August 30, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger
Stylish colors, slim profile, Bluetooth 2.0 capability—we won’t tap Samsung’s new MP3 players with that horrid and overused “iPod killer” label, but they are definitely a solid alternative to the uber-popular device.
Both the YP-P2 and YP-T10 players will be available in September, with Samsung’s eye on design clearly demonstrated in the sleek look. The YP-P2 is only 0.4 inches thick; the YP-T10, just 0.3 inches. The YP-P2 comes in black, white and wine red; the YP-T10 in midnight black, white cloud and mystic purple.
And here’s the skinny on some of the portables’ other specs: the YP-P2 features a full touchscreen GUI, 16:9 widescreen of 3 inches, 480 x 272 display, 4 GB/8 GB storage, 3.0 ounce weight, MP3/WMA audio support, WMV9/MPEG4 video support, FM tuner, clock, Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe), voice recording, JPG images, sleep timer and auto-off.
The YP-P10 features a 2.0-inch screen, 240 x 320 display, 4 GB storage, 1.5 ounce weight, MP3/WMA audio, WMV9/MPEG4 video, FM tuner, clock, DNSe, voice recording and JPG images.
Go to www.samsung.com for more.
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