Seems like the R and D team at Samsung has some work to do. Not only has its lost its world’s largest plasma screen title to Chinese brand Skyworth, Taiwanese maker BenQ has also trumped its claim to be the maker of the world’s smallest MP3 player.
Unveiled earlier this week the BenQ Joybee 102 is a teensy bit smaller and lighter than its Korean rival the YP-55. Like its Samsung rival it comes in both 128 and 256MB versions and plays WMA files as well as MP3 ones.
No news on a UK launch, but we’d expect to see it here fairly soon.