From Venzero, the company you’ve never heard of, comes the Slickr (the Slickr?), a flash-based portable media player where the main attraction is its diminutive 2.83-inch widescreen display. It’s able to display 1.6 million colors, more than enough for the AVI videos you can load onto it. The rest is fairly basic: MP3/WMA/WAV compatible, JPEG picture viewing, voice recorder, etc. Nothing too crazy, but it’s a nice alternative to players like the iPod nano nonetheless. It comes with 2GB of built-in storage, expandable with the use of microSD cards.
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