Wow, today seems to be the day of nano clones. We’ve got another MP3 player coming down the chute that bears a striking resemblance to the popular Apple device, this time from a little known company called ODYS. Their slim DAP, the MP-X10 black, comes with a five-way directional pad (sort of like the Toshiba players), rechargeable lithium-ion battery, up to 2GB of memory, integrated FM radio, lyrics display, and support for MP3, WMA, WAV, AMV, JPG, GIF, and TXT files. Other key functions include video playback, e-book reading, picture viewer, and “additional game.” The 65k-color CSTN display looks pretty good too.
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