Ezmax adds VOIP Support to Flash-based MP3 Players

Ezmax adds VOIP Support to Flash-based MP3 Players


A Korean MP3 Manufactured called Ezmax has added an interesting feature to their latest EZMP4200P MP3 player, when connected to your systems USB 2.0 port, the included software will allow you to make VOIP calls with the devices built-in microphone.

When connected to your PC a removable disk icon appears, within the disk is a dialing software icon which will enable you to make calls through third party VOIP providers. The current software only works on Windows 2000 and XP operating systems, Ezmax plans to release a Mac OS X version in the near future.

Aside from the VOIP feature, the EZMP4200P is a standard flash-based player, it measures 70 x 24 mm and weighs 24 grams. It supports MP3, WMA, ASF and Ogg audio formats. It is also capable of FM radio playback and voice recording. Ezmax is based in South Korea, they plan to release 256MB, 512MB and 1GB versions to European countries this May. If they can sign a deal with VOIP providers in the US, it will hit the streets there also. Prices will range from $150 USD for the 256MB to $220USD for the 1GB version.