At IFA we got chance to properly get to grips with Samsung's superb new YP-P2 MP3 player. We loved it so much we had to film a video tour just to show you!
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The Samsung YP-P2 is an excellent-sounding MP3 player that will appeal to those looking for a cool touch-screen interface and stereo Bluetooth capability.
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We get up close and personal with Samsung's new YP-P2 MP3 player, and it's an absolute corker. We wish it would go up to 16GB in capacity, though
Senior Editor Donald Bell shares an image gallery of the new Samsung YP-P2 MP3 player.
What's particularly surprising about this model is its maximum capacity--8GB.
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