Granted, anyone who wants to top the iPod Shuffle’s position in the MP3 player market isn’t aiming high, but that has not stopped Samsung from unveiling its TicToc MP3 player which boasts an integrated motion sensor that makes switching tracks a snap – all you need to do is shake the player in the right manner and you will be able to perform various functions such as slow down a song or speed it up. A large button allows you to power on/off the TicToc, although you can turn it off permanently by throwing it against the wall with all your might until it breaks open. The Samsung TicToc will hit the market later this year in 2GB and 4GB capacities, where it carries 12 hours of non-stop playback on a single full charge with support for MP3, WMA, OGG and FLAC audio formats. No idea on pricing though.
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