Currently the MPIO ONE is the smallest PMP, sporting a one inch 65K color OLED screen. The player supports MP3, WMA, WMA DRM, and OGG audio formats. On the video side it only supports MP4, but the included software easily converts MPEG4, WMV, AVI, DivX, and XViD for playback. Additionally, the ONE can handle JPEG and TXT files.
MPIO has packed quite a few features in this tiny package including a high end Wolfson audio processor. Additionally they have filled the box with almost all of the accessories you need. Even though this player is priced at a premium it is definitely something you should consider.
The MPIO ONE is now available in the US. The ONE is MPIO’s flash based PMP supporting MP3, WMA, OGG, WMV, MPEG, AVI, and DiVX (with software conversion). The miniscule player sports a tiny 96 x 64 pixel 65k color OLED screen. Other features include photo viewing, text viewing, folder browsing, and Auto Sync encoding.
The player is PlaysForSure compatible but will work as a UMS device, making it PC and Mac compatible. Beside all of the standard features found in most players the highlight of the MPIO ONE is the Wolfson 8750 audio processor, the same audiophile grade chip found in the Qoolqee K7. This alone makes it worth the $169.99 price tag for the 1GB player. It also comes in 512MB for $129.99.
Update: Here is a review of this player.
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The MPIO HD400 will have an 8GB hard drive while the larger version the HD500 will come in sizes of 20GB and 40GB. These upcoming players from MPIO will play music, movies, and text files in formats of MP3, WMA, ASF, and OGG. While manufactures are testing the waters with the new OLED screen MPIO plans to stick with the tried and proven LCD display. In addition to all the other standard MP3 player features such as FM radio there is also a 3.5mm line in recording feature. Both the HD400 and HD500 have been lingering for quite some time but there is no word on when and where they will be released