Tomato Slimtouch: Latest iPod Touch clone comes from Korea
May 13, 2009 16:22
The way to know whether or not Apple is about to change the game again is to simply check if all the major brands, and even the lesser known brands, have pumped out their own Apple-esque clone. It appears we are in for some treats in June when Apple unveils their next hit at the WWDC, because the Tomato Slimtouch is all about mimicking like the iPod Touch.
Developed by Korea's Mpnavi, the video/mp3 player employs a 3-inch touchscreen and comes in 2 gigabyte, 4 gigabyte and 8 gigabyte configurations. Selling for about 100,000 won ($81) the Tomato Slimtouch has a nice look, a cute name and the right price, but it's probably a little too late to the touchscreen party.
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