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Sonix7, a small British overseas company, has decided to challenge big companies such as Microsoft and Apple releasing its new PMP (Portable Media Player) called Sonix7 Media Pro. I have decided to write about this little, nice device just because I like when somebody wants to fight and show how good he is at producing pieces of hardware which have got nothing to envy to other famous products such as Microsoft Zune or Apple iPod!

Here is a list of its mot important features:

  • 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen – 77% bigger than the Apple iPod Nano.
  • 30 hours of audio playback.
  • 20 hours of video playback.
  • Built-in camera
  • Speaker.
  • Accelerometer.
  • It is compatible with the following audio and video formats: MP1, MP2, MP3, WAV, ACC, MIDI & WMA, MP4, MPEG-4, AVI, XVID, H263.
  • It comes with the following software: games, ebook reader.

Sonix7 Media Pro is available with 8GB and 16GB of memory  for £89.99 ($136) and £104.99 ($159), respectively. if you want to know more, click here.

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4 Comments to “Sonix7 Media Pro”

  1. William Pastuszka Says:

    Yes, some companies who make these gadgets go on to blame consumers not buying their stuff due to the current recession, yet do not cater for everybodys needs when push comes to shove.



  2. Web Talk Says:

    Thanks for the input William,
    It is a pity that companies still think in “Microsoft” terms. There are a lot of Mac users out there who are taking bigger and bigger market slices. Cutting out all of them means lessening their profits…

  3. William Pastuszka Says:

    Just had another look on their site & it is not compatable with mac computers, for those who use mac but is xp/vista compatable.



  4. William Pastuszka Says:

    Nice, like it & shall have to invest in one just looked on their site, it comes in three types as well. So spoilt for choice but will go for the 16Gb version.



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