PUBLISHED : Sunday, 07 May, 2006, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 07 May, 2006, 12:00am

BenQ Joybee P330: Despite rumours that it may be exiting the MP3 market, BenQ has released another one of its Joybee-branded players. Like many of the players coming onto the market today, the P330 features a (tiny) 65,000-colour OLED display, and comes with software to play back photos and movies. Yes, it also plays music and supports lyric synchronisation and voice recording. The P330 is available in lime green or black and comes with 512MB of memory. (Price: $699)

Kensington Pico FM Transmitter: This gadget plugs into your iPod or iPod Nano and lets you play back music to your home or car stereo system's FM radio. Obviously designed for the Nano, the Pico FM Transmitter is just as thin as Apple's tiny player and uses the player's screen to indicate the transmission frequency. You then tune your stereo to that frequency and music from the iPod will play on your speakers. (Price: $369)

Samsung SGH-D528: Samsung joins the ultraslim race with this model, which is only 15.9mm thick, or about 2mm more than Motorola's RAZR V3. Unlike the other superthin models, the D528 is a slider rather than a clamshell. The tri-band GSM D528 sports a 1.9-inch TFT display, a 1.3 megapixel camera with flash and digital zoom, 80MB of internal memory and an MP3 player, as well as all the standard phone features. (Price: $2,388)