Samsung's "answer to the Nano," the 4GB flash-based YP-Z5 Music Jukebox, now comes in a metallic-y pink, joining the black and silver versions already available. With up to 35 hours of playback, this 2-ounce digital audio player displays JPEG, MP3, WMA and WMA DRM10 files and is compatible with any subscription-based music service. The 4GB model is priced at $249, the 2GB at $199 and 1GB at $149.
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