With all the talk of tablets, it's easy to forget about the business of portable media players a little smaller. Fresh from claiming the iPhone scalp in our 2010 Awards, Samsung now has its sights on the iPod Touch.
The company's great white hope – for it's only available in white at the time of writing – is the Samsing Galaxy Player; a mini version of the company's Galaxy Tab tablet.
Available from today to pre-order on Amazon, it's due to be released on Friday 7th January with 8GB and 16GB models available at £150 and £180.
The Android-powered PMP sports DLNA compatibility for wireless media sharing, a 3.2in colour display, an SD card slot for adding memory and a changeable battery.
Claiming 30 hours of audio playback and 5 hours of video, the Galaxy Player supports MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV and FLAC audio files, plus mpeg4, DivX and Xvid video files, amongst others.
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We'll be reporting live from the Samsung press conference at CES 2011 where we're sure there will be more Galaxy-related news, alongside the latest TV and home cinema news from the company.