Okay, now, 695 songs in 1GB? How can that be? Let’s check Sony’s specs:
„Calculated based on 4 minutes per song @ 48kbps in ATRAC3plus™ format.”
ATRAC3plus @ 48-Kbps sounds like AM radio, folks. Plop ATRAC3plus @ 132-Kbps songs in 1GB , which are roughly equivalent to Apple’s iTunes Music Store’s 128-Kbps AAC tracks and you can fit, drumroll please, about 240 songs into the thing or exactly as many as Apple advertises their iPod shuffle 1GB unit’s capacity (holds 240 songs in 128-Kbps AAC format).
How about cutting the nonsense, Sony?
Use a listenable bit rate for your player capacities and stop lifting other company’s marketing materials while you’re at it.


i z frontu walki czyli najzabawniejszy proces świata (2):
UK PlayStation Portable importer Nuplayer won a small victory over Sony on Monday when the Japanese giant failed to secure an injunction banning the company from selling PSPs sourced from overseas.