SEK2006: Towards a U-Korea

LG's Booth... cont'd

LG's Booth... cont'd

Aptly named after its morning dew shape is the LG FM20 solid state MP3 player that's available in either 512MB or 1GB flavours. MP3, WMA, ASF, and OGG are formats supported by this tiny audio player.

Another small device from LG is the FM30 portable media player. Like the FM20, this uses flash memory but is capable of displaying pictures and videos in addition to music playback.

If having a portable media player is not enough for you, how about having an "advanced media player" such as the FM35 that apart from being a PMP, is also a DMB receiver showing you crystal clear digital broadcasts via a decently sized 2.4-inch LCD screen.

Upping the scale of the FM35 is the JM53 advanced media player. Key difference of this unit from the former are the use of internal HDD for file storage and OLED for display. It is however, not a DMB receiver.

Slim is no doubt the trend these days ever since Motorola made it sexy with its RAZR series. On display here is LG's very own version, the KV2300 that measures only 15mm thick and is MP3 capable as well.

Though not exactly new to many of our informed readers, the LG PM80T1W is still worth mentioning no less. This is the world's first full-fledged PDA capable of receiving and displaying digital broadcasts, which means to say it is an all-round personal computer and portable media player. The big question then is of course battery life.

While it may look nothing more than a stylish desktop workstation, the XPION X270S is actually also an ultra quiet media centre PC - though it doesn't look like one, but the discreetness is the beauty of it don't you agree?

Here's another beautifully crafted XPION PC.