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The Samsung P3 has a nice, high-quality feel to it. It seems sleeker and sturdier than the P2 before it.
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The top edge of the player houses a few tactile controls: dedicated volume and a power/hold button. However, I'm not sure that the top of the player is the most ergonomic location for volume.
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On the bottom edge of the player, you'll find Samsung's proprietary dock connection plus a standard headphone jack.
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The touch screen is pretty responsive, but I still prefer tactile controls for browsing and other tasks.
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Video looks just stellar on the Samsung P3's lovely, wide-format screen.
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Love the subway map feature. You can get them for various countries and cities (the large ones, of course).
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Samsung's still shunning the Bay--you won't find BART maps here--but you do get NYC.
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There's also various themes to choose from, which is something Samsung does well. The one here is a particularly girly number that has a butterfly that will randomly fly across the screen.
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