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Samsung YP-K5 gets the hands-on treatment

Samsung YP-K5 gets the hands-on treatment

If you've been jonesing to get your hands on Samsung's clever little YP-K5 mp3 player - y'know, the one with the neato slide-down front that reveals the speaker array behind - you might be able to vicariously sate your lusts by reading jezlyn's hands-on report of a very-tightly-locked-down unit at her local Best Buy.  Being an addict of podcasts, jezlyn looks at the YP-K5 with a particular mind to how it might perform as a portable podcast station to drag around her house with her.

Samsung YP-K5 – DAP with integrated speakers

Samsung YP-K5 – DAP with integrated speakers

Samsung released a new player called YP-K5, an attractive looking MP3 player that comes with an integrated speaker. The YP-K5 measures 3.85 x 1.87 x 0.74 inches; supports MP3, OGG, ASF, and WMA files; with DNSE DAP (Digital Natural Sound Engine); a build in FM radio tuner and will be offered in three versions - with 1GB of memory, 2 GB for $210 and with 4 GB for $260 and touch screen. I think it’s a reasonable price for this digital audio player. Battery time is expected to be 30 hours when using earphones, or 6 hours in speaker mode. We still don’t know about the sound quality but according to the company, this player delivers better sound than anything you would expect that could fit in your pocket.

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Samsung YP-K5 DAP With Integrated Speakers

Samsung YP-K5 DAP With Integrated Speakers

Now here’s a thought, instead of a flip open speaker like this new Samsung YP-K5 DAP, Apple should replace it with a really large screen for video. Nah, that’s not Apple-like. Nonetheless, this player supports MP3, WMA, ASF and OGG files. It comes in 1, 2 and 4 GB in capacity. The integrated speaker is designed to take advantage of DNSE DAP, which stands for Digital Natural Sound Engine – a nice and long fancy name for what may be really crappy speakers.

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Samsung’s New YP-K3 – Very Slim Very Sexy

Samsung’s New YP-K3 – Very Slim Very Sexy

Just recently, Samsung has announced the release of their slimmest and sleekest DAP, the YP-K3, which will debut at CES in January 2007. This successor to the YP-K5 has the same glossy style with touch-sensitive navigational controls, but it is missing the slide-out speaker that made the K5 unique. Besides the new slimmed down form, the K3 also has a slightly larger OLED screen of 1.8 inches.

So far, there is no information on pricing and availabity. But nonetheless, shots of it in the wild have already surfaced. Continue on to see just how incredibly slim it is.