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.