New Flash Players from MPIO

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Though a great deal of interest is being directed towards several of the leading electronics companies at the IFA electronics show this week, it is MPIO who has presented an assortment of new players.

Succeeding the MG100 is the appropriately named MG200 and it will have much the same specs, the exceptions being an extension in audio playback to 25 hours and the added video playback of MP4 and AVI files.

The MG300 also bears the dual circle controls and format support of the MG200, but carries the form of a PMP. Its screen measures 2.4-inches, has an FM tuner, recording capabilities, and possess 4GB of internal memory, which may not be anything to write home about, but SDHC expansion is also included. Very similar features and identical formats of the MG300 are offered in both the 2GB OG21 with 1.8-inch screen, and 8GB OG23 with 2.4-inch screen and SDHC expansion.

Lastly, in very similar style to the MG100 is the MD100; however it uses a monochrome screen is and will only tackle your audio needs. As well as supporting MP3, WMA (DRM), and OGG, the MD can receive DAB and record FM radio.


More pictures below.

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Alex M on September 3, 2007 9:17 AM

look at those interfaces… :(

Nodspy on September 3, 2007 7:08 PM

mmmeeeehhhhhh The control pads look like boobs.

Tobey on September 3, 2007 10:47 PM

I’m glad someone else saw that…

Cj on September 7, 2007 5:38 PM

Yay, at least I’m not the only one that saw that…lol.

Geek Power on May 12, 2008 1:00 PM

I bought the MG300… DON’T EVER BUY IT!!! It is beyond deception. It doesn’t support SDHC cards, only SD (maximum 2Gb), the firmware is full of bugs (navigate trough the files is really ackward and slow, the files are not in alphabetical order, the equalizer in the player screen doesn’t work well and makes the screen to take 5 seconds to come back from the power save), and, finally, the battery barely lasts 2 or 3 hours, even with all the power save features set to maximum. And I only tried the mp3 function of the MG300!!! I hope the video function is not as bad as the music one, but with this battery, I guess you can’t watch a video for more than 15 minutes.

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