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rimax mystic music player, video player and... voip phone

Say hello to the Rimax Mystic a 7mm-thick music and video player - that's a 1.5in, 65,536-colour OLED on the front - that doubles up as USB-connected VoIP phone. There's an FM radio on board too and a sufficient battery capacity for up to eight hours' music playback time. Available in 512MB, 1GB and 2GB capacities, the Mystic bundles extra covers if you don't fancy the standard blue'n'silver look. Prices run from £56 (512MB) to £90 (2GB). The Mystic is available from Rimax's RMXdirect website. ®

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