Toshiba Gigabeat T401 and T401S

toshiba gigabeat t401 Toshiba Gigabeat T401 and T401S

One month after documents of an unreleased Gigabeat were spotted on the FCC’s site, Toshiba has revealed their new T series of flash players. The Gigabeat T401 and T401S will share identical specs, apart from the alleged Wi-Fi capabilities which will only be included in the T401 to provide access to internet content over a wireless network.

Both models will run Windows Mobile and be compatible with both MTP and MSC protocols. The 2.4-inch LCD can playback WMV in 320 x 240 pixels and 262k colors, and H2C technology will also be applied to the T series, to compliment the loss of sound quality in MP3 and WMA files.

A single storage capacity of 4GB is offered, which may suggest that a larger capacity is in the works. The battery can endure 16 hours of audio, and 5 of video and while there is no word on price, the T401 and T401S can be purchased in Japan from the 7th of September.

[Press Release]


fuugly on August 28, 2007 1:53 PM

what an ugly player

Utew on August 29, 2007 2:55 AM

Tosh keeps putzing around with these low cap flash players.. eventually they may get it right.. but I lost faith in their abilities quite a while back. Looks like a decent player other than that…

tim on September 5, 2007 6:07 PM

because we all know that toshiba’s battery life is excellent… just like on the gigabeat s30

egdar on August 23, 2008 7:43 AM

i have it but it does not have intenrational contents to access. all japanese things. why?

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