Media player or mobile phone?

It's getting harder to tell

Akihabara News

As mobile phones and MP3 players become increasingly difficult to distinguish from one another, we're tempted to start a contest displaying pictures of gadgets and asking what they're used for. Kind of a geek version of What's My Line?

The South Korean-made "Atree UJ10" could easily pass for a handset from a distance, until one notices the keys, which control the MP3 tunes and video that appears on its 2.2-inch LCD screen. DAPreview also notes that its specs are "eerily similar" to the second generation of the iRiver "Clix2," though there'll be no mistaking the two at least for the time being because the UJ10 will be available only in Asia, unfortunately.

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