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Thursday, June 5th 2008 - 23:40 CEST
We tested the Packard Bell Eclipse not so long ago, and this time we will scrutinize the Packard Bell AudioKey Max. This MP3 player is ranked right below the Eclipse in the Packard Bell assortment, and offers a tad more functionality than a regular MP3 player, including several innovative features. In addition to listening to MP3s, the device lets you record voice recordings and listen to the radio. Furthermore, a neatly finished USB 2.0 connection is applied for easy transfer of files to your AudioKey Max MP3 player. The small size and entirely black design with chrome finishing give this MP3 player a stylish and elegant appearance. The Packard Bell MP3 player is available for approximately 60 Euros.

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Saturday, December 29th 2007 - 00:31 CET
The newest MP4 player of Packard Bell is the Eclipse. The Packard Bell is capable of playing audio files of MP3 and WMA (DRM) format. Furthermore the Eclipse has MPEG4, WMV and Xvid video format reproduction and JPEG picture reproduction at its disposal. Voice recording is also possible through the built-in microphone and the files will be stored as .wav file. A slide show function is also available for rendering the pictures sequentially. Additional functions of the Packard Bell Eclipse are Games, Stopwatch, Calendar and the possibility of making Play lists. The Packard Bell Eclipse is a multimedia player available in a 2GB and 4GB version, for the price of respectively 100 and 130 Euros. We tested the Packard Bell Eclipse 2GB version.

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