Samsung Debuts First 4GB Flash MP3 Player With Music-To-Go Subscription
Samsung Electronics debuted a new ultra-slim, lightweight flash player. The YP-Z5 Music Jukebox supports music subscription services and features a 24-hour rated rechargeable battery.
The YP-Z5 is Microsoft Plays For Sure Audio Download and Subscription enabled, so consumers can play DRM content transferred from a PC, and the player supports MP3, WMA, WMA DRM10, and JPEG formats.
Samsung's music jukebox has a durable aluminum body and weighs just over 2 ounces. It supports the proprietary DNSe Portable 3D Sound Technology, has a 1.8" color TFT LCD screen, and enables users to create slideshows with dynamic effects as well as pan and zoom on digital photos.
The player features a touch pad interface and allows customizing interface background with any JPEG image.
The YP-Z5 comes in both silver and black and will be available in February 2006 at $199 MAP (2GB) and $249 MAP (4GB).
Source: Samsung Electronics
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