Toshiba GigaBeat V60 bumps up the storage, adds 1Seg TV

“A growing segment of the population isn’t content with just mobile music anymore. They need video. They want something like the Toshiba GigaBeat V60. As its name implies, this PMP boasts a formidable 60GB hard drive to go with its vibrant 3.5-inch TFT LCD. File support is plentiful, including MP3, WMA, WMA lossless, WAV, DRM 9/10, and WMV 9/10. Moreover, it has an integrated 1Seg TV tuner for when you get tired of your own library.Battery life is rated at 8 hours of video or 12 hours of audio. Though pricing and availability have not yet been released, we can see that the V60 will ship in black, red, and white variants.” via

Virtual GameBoy for Symbian S60 3rd Edition review

Link's Awakening DX on the Game Boy Color “Virtual GameBoy is an emulator of the Nintendo Game Boy and Game Boy Color portable consoles for Symbian S60 3rd Edition smartphones. (You can find more game emulators in our regularly updated 3rd Edition Emulators feature.)VGB is written by Marat Fayzullin, who recently also released 3rd Edition emulators of the ZX Spectrum, ColecoVision, Master System and Game Gear. The demo version of VGB can be downloaded from Fayzullin’s web site, and the full version can be bought by clicking here.” Read more here:

Archos 604 WiFi 30GB portable media player review

“I received the 604-WiFi and have been impressed with the touch-screen aspect of the device, realizing that the sophisticated icon-heavy GUI was designed for touch-screen use. The standard button interface is good, but not out-of-the-box intuitive and the touch-screen does wonders for navigation. I found that Web browsing worked well, though users should be aware that in general, sluggish load times make for click-and-wait surfing. I like this gadget a lot–on paper. It has a removable battery, a kickstand, the same gorgeous 4.3-inch widescreen, and overall excellent playback of a variety of media files types. But the performance hit on the processor–whether opening files or even navigating between menus–turns this able gadget into one that could run faster. ” Read more here: