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Samsung YP-P3 Touchscreen Digital Media Player - PCstats.com Samsung YP-P3 Touchscreen Digital Media Player
Thu, May 07 2009 | 3:27AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"There's no doubt that a couple years ago a certain company chose to get the ball rolling with a revolutionary new touchscreen portable media player. After the immense popularity of that device, almost every MP3 player manufacturer on the market has since come out with their own versions of a full touchscreen MP3 player. Some are alright and others seem like they were just a waste of PR money. I can say that I definitely don't mind the previous touchscreen MP3 players I've reviewed from Samsung. They usually have a fairly unique styling to them and a handful of features that usually can't all be found together on any competitors players. The YP-P3 is the latest touchscreen digital media player from Samsung, the feature list looks impressive so far with a few things I have yet to see on the boxes of other touch players out there. Time to get this thing out of the box and see what it's all about!"
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The ASUS N61Jv notebook  - PCstats.com The ASUS N61Jv notebook
Tue, July 27 2010 | 5:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"My overall experience with the ASUS N61Jv was extremely positive thanks to the performance the Core i3 processor and NVIDIA GT325M GPU offer, the large screen and keyboard/touch pad combination. For a 16-in notebook coming in over 6 lbs, which definitely puts it closer to the desktop replacement category than the thin and light, getting 2 hours and 23 minutes in our very strenuous battery testing was actually pretty solid making leaving without your power cord at least an option. The added goodies like USB 3.0 support definitely add the value of a notebook that sells for $899 which should make it a great option for a summer or fall college-bound consumer or anyone else on the lookout for this combination."
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