Korean manufacturer iRiver has followed up the launch of its iPod rival Spinn PMP with an updated model.
The P10 features a 4.3-inch LCD with a resolution of 800 x 480, has 33GB of internal memory, supports WMV and MPEG videos, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (the TV version of DAB), and a new interface that supports handwriting recognition similar to that found on the first Palm Pilot.
It also has several dictionaries including English, Chinese, Japanese.
And the P10 supports PDF, Word and Excel files, so can also be used as an e-Book reader.
Two versions will be available - a basic version (without DMB) for 200 euros, and a pro version (with DMB) for 250 euros.
The devices are only available in Korea at the mo but here's hoping iRiver will make an ocean crossing.