InformationWeek reviews Kingston K-PEX 100 portable media player and concludes that this is a very neat little gadget. The sound quality is good; you get, according to the manufacturer, 17 hours of power when fully charged (this is assuming you are using it strictly as an MP3 player; your mileage, of course, will vary); the screen is sharp and clear. And at an MSRP of $130 for the 1GB version and $180 for the 2GB version, it’s not a bad choice.
Kingston K-PEX 100 is a flash-based portable media players from Kingston’s Portable Entertainment eXperience (K-PEX) line of digital entertainment products. K-PEX 100 features 1-GB or 2-GB built-in storage plus an extra miniSD memory card storage slot, 2″ (5.0 cm) 220 x 176 pixel resolution color TFT LCD screen, user interface available in languages such as English, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified and Tradition Chinese, Portuguese, Korean and Russian, digital FM radio tuner, USB Hi-speed 2.0-compliant, supports various audio formats such as MP3, WAV, WMA, Ogg(Q10), Audio ASF EQ setting with manual and preconfigured options, video playbacks of MPX format and requires transcoder software to play WMV, ASF,MPEG 1 & 2 and AVI formats. K-PEX 100 also allows users to view JPEG picture files and TXT format text files. And the media player weighs just 65g.