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Rimax Mystic media player integrates VoIP

updated 05:15 pm EDT, Thu October 26, 2006

Rimax Mystic player w/VoIP

Rimax has introduced the Mystic, a media player that happens to double as a VoIP phone. To engage VoIP mode, users simply plug the USB cable into a PC. When it's not taking phonecalls, the Mystic can listen to FM radio, play ACT, MP3, WAV, and WMA audio files, or play MPEG-4 video converted to the AMV format. JPEG photos can also be stored. The Mystic is being sold now in three different formats: 512MB (56), 1GB (70), and 2GB (90). The 512MB player comes with white and orange covers, while the 1 and 2GB models come with an additional green cover. At present there seems to be no domestic American distribution.



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