Introduction A lot of people probably think of RAM when someone mentions Super Talent. But lately it has become sort of a trend to expand your product catalogue to more product sector, which apparently is the case with Super Talent. Because of this, Super Talent has produced a series of multimedia players, and the one we are taking a look at is the “Vidego24T MP3/MP4 player”.
Packaging The Super Talent Vidego24T arrives in a blue box, which contains another box which you can fold out. In one side of the box we have the player, and the other side contains the accessories. Beside the specifications there’s nothing interesting to see or read on the box.
The following accessories are bundled:
- MP3/MP4 player - Headphones - USB data cable - Software cd - Users manual - Hanger
Contrary to RAM, power supplies and products like that, the accessories mean a lot when buying an MP3/MP4 player. If you look at the bundled accessories for the Vidego24T, we get a users manual, software cd for converting video files, USB cable for transferring from computer to player, a hanger and a pair of headphones which looks like the successful ones from Apple Ipod. Even though everything you need to listen to music is bundled, the accessories are in the light end, and one could have expected some extra accessories like a case or something like that.
Specifikations This is the specifications:
- Colour: Black - Memory: 1GB - Hi-Speed USB 2.0 - 2.4" TFT screen - Touch screen and ultra slim (9mm) design - Built-in FM radio - Built-in microphone - Supported formats: MP3/ WMA mm. - Supported video formats: AVI - Battery: Rechargeable Lithium battery with up to 8 hours of playing. - Languages: English/ Chinese/ Korean/ Japanese/ Spanish/ French/ Dutch/ Italian/ Portuguese/ Russian - Operating System: Windows 2000/ 2003/ XP/ Vista - Supports Mini SD Card - 1 year warranty
The product On first sight, you quickly notice the slim design and the very stylish piano black colour, which is only distracted by a few silver accents. Furthermore you notice that the player isn’t much bigger than a credit card, despite the big screen.