After releasing a slew of flash based music players under the Joybee banner BenQ has bowed to the inevitable and made its first hard disk model.
Set to debut in January the as yet un-named player spins both MP3 and WMA files and features a four Gigabyte hard disk.
Its USP is that it is the first relatively small, in both size and storage capacity, jukebox to sport a colour screen. It also features an SD card slot so users can easily port their JPEG images on the hard drive and check them out on the player’s screen.
If BenQ can sell it for under 200 quid it might just tempt a few potential iPod mini buyers.[Photo via Sorobangeeks]