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Friday, 04 September 2009 14:22

Samsung's Tegra PMP detailed and pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The M1 looks quite good

Samsung's
way of saying that Microsoft's Zune HD isn't the only Tegra equipped device looks quite good. In addition to the Tegra chip, the Yepp M1 PMP weighs 91 grams, will be available in 8, 16 and 32GB capacities and features 3.3-inch AMOLED that shows a flash-based 3D user interface.

The M1 Yepp is quite interesting as it has individual processors in order to fulfill the high definition audio and video. The lists starts with an HD video processor, an audio processor, a graphics processor and two ARM cores which can either work together or separately in order to cut the power consumption. 

Other features include DNSe sound enhancement, microSD slot, bulit-in stereo speaker, FM radio, voice recording, and Bluetooth capabilities. The dimensions of this PMP are 98.9 x 54 x 9.9mm (HxWxD) which makes it a quite compact device considering all the features packed inside its sleek body. 

According to our details, the Yepp M1 should already be available in some European countries as it is already listed in Germany and Austria. Samsung also plans to officially announce it in Korea later this month while the US or any other countries haven't been mentioned still. 

As mentioned, the Yepp M1 is already listed in Europe with a lowest price set at around €236, €290 and €324 for the 8, 16 and 32GB version. You can find them here

It will surely be interesting to see how well it fares against the Zune HD once both end up in the hands of nitpicking reviewers.

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Last modified on Sunday, 06 September 2009 22:26

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