Some people may be attracted to the flashier looking players on the market that rock certain bells and whistles, but if you’re looking for a no nonsense, “I don’t care if I look boring” personal media player (and you happen to be over in Europe), then you can now pick up the Maxian T600. The basic-looking music and video player still packs in a fairly impressive set of features, however, despite the fact that it’s been on the Korean market for about seven months already.
Available in 20GB and 30GB varieties, the T600 rocks a 4-inch widescreen (480×272 pixels) TFT LCD capable of 16.7 million colors. Strangely, they also mention that for your video watching needs, it can handle 720×480 pixels at 30 frames per second. It’ll tackle a wide variety of movie formats, including AVI, MPEG-1/2/4 SP, WMV9, ASF, and H.264 (DMB). Audio support is much the same with love for MP3, WMA, WAV, and, yes, even OGG. The unit can also load picture files up to 6 megapixels as well.
Other features include voice recording (MP3/ADPCM), video recording, and a removable lithium-polymer battery pack. Weighing in at 260 grams, the Maxian T600 PMP should be selling now for about 450 Euros.