It seems that iPod
will lose its leader position on the MP3 players' market, as Sony Korea launched during the previous week its new MP3 player named MP3P NW-E00, informs
Sony representatives said, during a conference held two weeks ago, that the company will soon launch a rival for the famous iPod.
As a result, iPod's challenger was released this week, weighing 24 g, resembling to a little lighter or a USB memory stick and coming in five colors - pink, blue, violet, black, and green.
It will be available in 512MB ($116), 1GB ($148) and 2GB ($191) capacities, featuring a USB connector and Sony's "Dynamic Normalizer", which helps to standardize sound quality and volume, a function resembling to the one iPod presents.
The representatives say that their new MP3P NW-E00 can play 3 hours of music per a 3-minute charge, and 28 hours of playback per 1-hour full charge. Photo Credits - Aving Korea