Posted on Wednesday, July 06 2005 @ 10:47:09 CEST by LSDsmurf
Designtechnica gives us a closer look at Toshiba's Gigabeat F20 digital audio player:
The Toshiba Gigabeat is available in four versions, each differentiated by color and storage. The 10-gigabyte version ($279) comes in silver, aqua blue or black acrylic. The MEG-F20 ($329), which we tested, doubles capacity to 20 gigs, and comes in silver or black brushed aluminum finishes. The high capacity versions, which come in a different variant of brushed aluminum, pack 40GB ($399) and 60GB ($449), respectively.
The 40GB and 60GB versions should store all the music you ever hope to own in the efficient Windows Media format. It is also compatible with Windows PlaysForSure titles and Napster To Go playback, although in our early tests that compatibility was still working its way through. The Gigabeat also downloads and plays WAV and MP3 files and is a JPEG/BMP photo viewer to boot.