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Chinese player plays host to 'disappearing' screen'

updated 04:30 pm EDT, Fri October 5, 2007

Ocean Leader OL-18H

A relatively unknown Chinese company, Ocean Leader Development, has devised an unusual design approach to its OL-18H media player. Similarly to the external display on the Sony Ericsson z610i, the 1.8-inch screen on the 18H uses a "magic mirror" design, seemingly vanishing when not in use. The player is otherwise fairly unremarkable: it plays MP3 and WMA audio files, as well as MPV, MPEG-1/2 and AMV video -- the last being a format typically limited to China.

The player also has a built-in speaker and FM radio tuning, as well as voice recording. Red, blue, black and silver colors are mentioned, but oddly, storage capacity is not. No prices are publicly available. [via PMP Today]



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  1. Herod

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    wow

    this is like so cool.....

  1. Constable Odo

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    WTF...

    ...and how is this feature useful and why would anyone care.

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