Cowon X7 materializes from the ether into a real life FCC applicant

Alright, so this isn’t quite like seeing Duke Nukem Forever popping up on Walmart shelves, but the Cowon X7 has been a long time in the making. Rumored since 2007, the Korean company’s portable media player has now finally sauntered up to America’s Communications Commission to dot some Is and cross some Ts. We’re let into the knowledge that it’ll come with a Bluetooth radio and a HDD of some kind, which GenerationMP3 speculates will be a 1.8-inch unit. Really now, a spinny thing in our PMP feels better suited to good old ’07, but then if Cowon can combine some capacious storage with a large screen, it could still have a winner on its hands. Particularly if the rumblings of Android as the OS turn out to be true.

Cowon X7 materializes from the ether into a real life FCC applicant originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 23 Aug 2010 07:09:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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