[CES 2010] Quite a few MP3 players were released, but there was only one that has a transparent OLED display: the Samsung Ice Touch. It’s a 16GB MP3 Player, and other than getting some press, there’s no real reason (seeing your feet while changing tracks?) why the 2” screen is translucent – it’s working though. Parts of the body of the MP3 player are made of tempered glass, which quite unexpected for such a device. Among the improvements, Samsung touts its TouchWiz user interface, along with a better processor and wider format compatibility. It’s all good, but the design is what will win (or not) the hearts and mind. Do you like it, hate it, don’t care? Drop a comment.
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