Video performance is right up there and the clamshell chassis is handy - it just looks and feels a bit cheap.
Look and learn, oh dopey rival makers: the mPack’s clamshell chassis means hands-free viewing on its 4in widescreen, and it drags and drops copious video formats. It’d be nicer in metal, though.
The P600’s widescreen makes the most of your movies and deals with action like a pro. The teeny speakers also sound decent but the player sounds best with upgrade cans. Battery is all juiced out after four hours, which is slightly over average but still won’t keep you going through the whole Godfather trilogy.
PQI mPack P600 review
Feels plasticky but video performance is rock solid.
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