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UK digital music device specialist Advanced MP3 Players has updated its tiny Pebble player, boosting the gadget's storage capacity to 2GB, adding support for DRM-protected WMA-encoded tracks and changing the name to Datasafe Oomi.

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The Oomi boasts a 64 x 48 blue-on-black OLED screen and a 12-hour playback duration on a single charge of its built-in battery. It's got a microphone and a recordable FM tuner too.

Oh, and the 512MB and 1GB versions are £10 cheaper than the old Pebble of the same capacity. The three sizes of Oomi cost £69, £89 and £109, respectively, and they're available now from the Advanced MP3 Players website. ®

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