Philips GoGear Vibe

The Philips GoGear Vibe comes in 4GB and 8GB variations that have an affordable retail cost of $49 and $59, respectively. The player includes a 1.5-inch screen, and supports music, photos, video, FM radio, and voice recording. The Vibe is due out in April and will be available in both black and white.
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Philips GoGear Opus

The Philips GoGear Opus uses a design that is similar to previous GoGear players, but includes a 2.8-inch screen, 8GB of memory, sound-isolating headphones, and support for audio formats such as MP3, AAC, FLAC, WMA, and WAV. The Opus runs $99 and is due out in May of 2009.
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Philips GoGear Aria

Unlike most MP3 players the Philips GoGear Aria comes bundled with sound-isolating headphones for improved audio quality.
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Philips GoGear Aria

The Philips GoGear Aria comes in 8GB and 16GB, which sell for $79 and $99, respectively. The player is due out in April of 2009 and includes a 2-inch screen and Rhapsody DNA subscription music integration.
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Philips GoGear Aria navigation controls

The Philips GoGear Aria is controlled by an interesting looking four-way navigation pad, with a center play/pause button and a chrome rocker switch for scrolling menus.
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Philips GoGear Vibe

The Philips GoGear Vibe includes a 1.5-inch screen, and supports music, photos, video, FM radio, and voice recording. The Vibe is due out in April and will be available in both black and white.

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