For those who have been around for awhile, the name X-Micro might bring back memories of nVidia based graphics cards. Others may immediately think of wireless and Bluetooth devices. While both have a place in the company's annals, today's product review will be from another facet of the manufacturer, the MP4 F610 Media Player.
With so many similar devices on the market right now, we will take a look at this offering and try to help you when it comes time to make a decision on how to spend your hard-earned money. We'll look at things such as value, output, and the ability to play whatever kind of media you want.
So relax for a bit as we delve into the latest multimedia player from X-Micro. They have a pretty good reputation in this area but we want to see firsthand how their latest product handles a variety of tasks.
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