Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Klegg Mini, "world's smallest" color-screen digital audio player

Engadget reports:
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a new challenger for that coveted “world’s smallest digital audio player” prize (currently something of a tossup between the MobiBlu DAH-1500 and the BenQ Joybee 102), so we’re amped to see that a company called Klegg Electronics has joined the battle with the Klegg Mini, which the company claims is the smallest player to include a color display. The player measures just 1.8 x 1.6 x 0.5 inches, and includes a a 1-inch, 128x128, 4,096-color display. Memory is a little on the skimpy side, maxing out at just 512MB, and the specs don’t list any DRM support. Still, it looks like this is the smallest color-display player, for now. Give it a few weeks, and someone will come up with something smaller, or add video to a player this size.


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