Onda VX767 looks stylish

It cannot be denied that Apple's hardware is often imitated in terms of design, but never once is a third party hardware manufacturer actually come out with a device to knock the almighty iPod off its perch. The Onda VX767, however, is proof that these non-Apple manufacturers are making some progress towards that objective, featuring a form factor that is stunning at first glance, leading you to think that this might actually land a few jabs on the iPod touch in the ring itself. Some of the features found include :-

  • 4.3" widescreen display with 16:9 aspect ratio and 480 x 272 resolution
  • Codec support for 3GP, ASF, AVI, FLV, MOV, MPG, MP4, RM, RMVB and WMV
  • FLAC, MP3, WAV and WMA audio support
  • Compatible with JPG, BMP, GIF and PNG picture formats
  • Integrated FM tuner with over 40 preset stations
  • microSDHC memory card slot
  • Microphone
  • TV output

Onda claims that the impressive VX767 has an audio playback time of 40 hours before it requires a trip to the nearest power outlet, while video playback is good for long haul flights at 10 hours. There is no word on pricing, but hopefully Onda will be merciful with our wallets and purses.

Source: Trusted Reviews

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