There are three capacity sizes with 20, 40 and 60GB models available in
silver or brushed black aluminium finishes. Mac users are not catered for.
Our review unit was a 20GB model making it slightly thinner than its
bigger brother and weighing less at 160G. On the face of it, the 20GB
model offers tremendous value. 20GB of capacity, a 2.2in 320 x 240
resolution colour display, a cradle and at 16 hours, slightly more
battery life than the iPod, and all for a lot less than the 20GB Apple
player. The latter also has a lower resolution screen and no dock. The
20GB Gigabeat doesn't include a remote control but it is supplied with
the 40 and 60GB versions.