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Samsung P3 eyes up the PMP throne
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announced the P3 – a spiffing-looking PMP to take on Apple's iPod Touch and (although they probably didn't know it when they were making it) the upcoming Sony Walkman X-Series.

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P3 eyes up the PMP throne

  1. 1. http://trendsupdates.com/ces-2009-hold-your-breath-samsung-announced-p3/ Samsung P3 eyes up the PMP throne January 8, 2009 by Insider Staff Samsung have been pretty busy at CES this year. As well as their new solid state HD camcorder, they’ve also announced the P3 – a spiffing-looking PMP to take on Apple’s iPod Touch and (although they probably didn’t know it when they were making it) the upcoming Sony Walkman X-Series. So why should Apple and Sony be worried? Well, firstly the P3 looks gorgeous. And if anything’s going to take on the big guns it has to look sexier than Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie at a pyjama party, wearing… sorry, got distracted for a minute then. Anyway, you know what we’re saying, and the P3 delivers in spades on that front, measuring a mere 0.39-inches thin. Next, it needs the high-end tech its opponents have. Again, Samsung appears to have delivered, kitting out the P3 with a three-inch WQVGA TFT-LCD with a 16:9 aspect ratio. It also uses Samsung’s new EmoTure technology to ensure that every touch has a haptic response to let you know you’ve touched it – which is always good. Most importantly, it needs to sound good. You don’t want your music to sound all scratchy and nasty (unless you’re a James Blunt fan, then you get what you ask for). Here the P3 uses DNSe 3.0 sound enhancement technology, which allows the user to hear as the original composer intended – supposedly. Samsung has also thrown in a voice recorder, Bluetooth, and a built-in mic. It’ll arrive over here early this year in 4GB, 8GB and 32GB sizes. Sounds good? You better believe it, sucka! (Via The Gadget Show)

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