PMP Brief: Icoo M100HDC, Onda VX520r, Itoos M3HDC

There were a few PMP releases that we let go by the wayside during all the CES news. Now it’s time to catch up with your PMP Brief.

Icoo M100HDC PMP

ICOO M100HDC

ICOO is a relative newcomer to the PMP market (their only previous PMP release was the M80HD back in August). Now they’ve released the M100HDC which has a 4.8-inch TFT screen, microSD card for expansion, infrared remote control (in case you have really short arms), FM radio, an eBook reader, sound recorder, the ability to play 768p and output 1080i through its TV-out. It supports MOV, RM, RMVB, MKV, PMP, FLV, VOB, DAT, MP4, 3GP, MPG and AVI (Divx/Xvid/H.264). The M100HDC can also play MP3, WAV, FLAC, APE, OGG, AAC and WMA audio files and display GIF, PNG, BMP and JPG images. Per usual, no release date or price is currently listed.

Source: Cloned in China

Onda VX520R

Onda VX520R

Onda keeps slinging PMPs fast and furious style our of China. Their VS520R is launching at a low 299 yuan (around $44 U.S.) and features a 3-inch TFT 400×240 resolution screen, FM radio, photo viewer, eBook reader, clock, stopwatch, calendar and voice recording. Onda doesn’t list the storage capacity or if there’s an expandable memory slot in the device. The VS520R supports RM, RMVB, VOB, DAT, FLV and AVI among other video formats and MP3, WMA, APE, ACC and FLAC audio files. It also features Microsoft PlayFX (which improves sound quality and features on PMPs using Rockchip processors). No date for release but for $44 we’re sure an import company will bring this one over to the States.

Source: Cloned in China

Itoos M3HDC

Itoos M3HDC PMP

Itoos has another PMP that features a 3.6-inch TFT LCD screen, 4GB of storage with microSD card expansion, a TV-OUT, FM radio and TXT book reader. It has 720p playback and measures 4.2 x 2.75 x 0.47 inches in size. The M3HDC plays RM, RMVB, AVI and FLV video formats. No word on release date or price at this time.

Source: Cloned in China

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