MPIO MO100: A Rebranded Grundig Audio Player?

mpio mo100 MPIO MO100: A Rebranded Grundig Audio Player?

MPIO has created some truly unique designs in the past, however their latest player does not hold the same originality which some would expect from Korea’s first MP3 manufacturer. The familiar form and interface of the MO100 comes from its clear resemblance to Grundig’s MPixx 2000 released earlier this year.

Even so the MO100 will still handle audio, video, and picture formats in the form of MP3, WMA, WAV, SMV, JPEG, and BMP. While, the 1.8-inch screen only has 128 x 160 pixels and displays 65k colors, FM radio recording and voice recording capabilities are also included. At the moment only a 1GB version can be purchased in Asia, but 2GB and 4GB versions are expected to follow.

[via iMP3]


ted on October 25, 2007 4:40 PM

looks dumb ipods rule! p.s i am not a ipod fanboy that is smthing one would say, i actually quite intruged by this company’s descision to come out with this after being in the sahdow for a while not releasiing anything…this could be the beinning of some good mp3′s. and fm radio and voice recording booyakasha!

Alex M on October 26, 2007 4:27 PM

uhhh ted…wtf you illiterate retard. but yea this player is the ultimate symbol of mediocrity.

T boy on June 19, 2008 12:15 PM

hi i was windering how do u take the write protection off cant figure it out

c guy on July 23, 2008 1:01 PM

i have the digital lab dlm200sp looks the same just myn gray and diff firmware

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