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Latte Café 32 GB Video MP3 Player with 4.3-Inch Touchscreen -- Amazon.com Exclusive (Silver)

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List Price: $250.00
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  • 32 GB built-in Memory, Expandable to 48GB
  • Expand up to 16 GB MicroSD, Direct Play without conversion (FLV, AVI, WMV, RM, FLAC, AAC, APE, MP3, WMA)
  • 4.3-Inch WQVGA Touch Screen(480x272)
  • Up to 30 hours battery life, built in Speakers
  • Store up to 8000 MP3 songs, up to 50 movies
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameLatte
Item Weight15.2 ounces
Product Dimensions2.9 x 4.4 x 0.4 inches
Item model numberLatte Café 32GB PMP Player
Operating SystemPC
  
Additional Information
ASINB0028Y4BTW
Best Sellers Rank #102,724 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 30, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Latte
  • Model: Latte Café 32GB PMP Player
  • Digital Storage Capacity: 32 GB
  • Color Name: Black
  • Display: TFT LCD
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Product Description

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Amazon.com Product Description Latte's Café portable media player boasts a 32 GB capacity (expandable with Micro SD cards), a 4.3-inch touchscreen with WQVGA resolution, wide audio and video format support, a voice recorder, and bonus features like a calendar and stopwatch. Add sleek design and an attractive metallic/gray finish, and you've got a perfect PMP package.

A perfect PMP package. Click to enlarge.

4.3-inch LCD Touchscreen
Enjoy your favorite videos or pictures and navigate with ease on the Café's 4.3-inch touchscreen display with 480 x 272 (WQVGA) pixel resolution.

Built-in dual speakers. Click to enlarge.

4.3-inch WQVGA touchscreen. Click to enlarge.

You can also use the included stylus. Click to enlarge.

Built-In Speaker
The Café features amplified dual speakers so you can share music or videos with friends. Throw on headphones for private listening.

Audio Player
While some devices limit you with their skimpy format support, the Café will play MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC, and APE music formats for about 8-10 hours on a single charge. Standard play modes like repeat and shuffle are included, and of course the Café supports ID3 tages (versions 1 and 2) for displaying song info while you listen.

Dial in your sound with the seven-setting on-baord EQ and enjoy the tunes.

Video Player
Take your favorite videos with you and enjoy them anywhere with the Café's brilliant screen. You'll get about four hours of video playback on a single charge.

The Café supports AVI, RM/RMVB, and FLV formats, so you can enjoy more video with less conversion.

Picture and Text Viewer
Browse and view your favorite images in JPEG, BMP and GIF formats. Zoom in and out or play a slideshow for friends.

The Café also lets you view text (TXT) files.

Naturally, you can keep the tunes rolling while you enjoy these features.

Voice Recorder
Record voice memos, meetings, lectures, or anything else you decide to point the built-in microphone at directly to your Café in WAV format.

Easy File Transfer and Portable Storage
Enjoy transfer speeds of up to 4MB/S thanks to the Café's USB 2 interface. You can also use the Café as a USB storage drive for taking a few choice files with you.

Micro SD Card Slot
Expand your available memory using Micro SD cards. Keep a few cards at the ready with whatever contents you like, and swap 'em out on the fly.

What's in the Box
Latte Café 32 GB video MP3 player with 4.3-inch touchscreen (black), wall charger, stereo earphones, leather case, stylus, USB cable, manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is a good item to own if you just want a starter touch screen mp3 player.
Tammy L. Renick
If you want to play a particular album you need choose "Album" from the main menu and EVERY ALBUM appears in alphabetical order....not by artist.
lindermd
The manual is too simplified, and there is no tech support or customer service to speak of.
snow324

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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By NYC Resident on September 1, 2009
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Cost:
Good: $190 is a great price for a 4.3" screen video player. Half the cost of an iPod Touch 32GB.
Bad: Cannot use it to play audio playlists. Limited functionality. Not a platform decision, no apps.

Video:
Good: Plays AVI, WMV videos WITHOUT conversion.
Bad: Does not play MP4 (iPod Video or H.264 iPod Touch files). That does save hours of conversion time, but takes up 3X more storage space.

Display Screen, Navigation:
Good: Large screen, clear display. High quality video playback.
Good: Display will turn off after user selects time for backlight. Good for conserving battery on audio playback. Instant backlight response when screen is touched. Case protects screen adequately to prevent some mis-touches.
Bad: Slower response time when using finger or stylus. Not as precise or responsive as the iPhone or iPod Touch. Menu selection means double tapping.

Audio:
Good: Headphone quality is better than most other players including iPod earphones.
Good: Plays MP3 files. Can drag drop individual MP3 files. Can drop folders of MP3 files (by artist, albums etc.).
Good: Sound quality is excellent. EQ settings are cool, although limited.
Good: Connects directly to the PC and can be used as a external flash drive. Can drag & drop video, MP3 files etc. directly onto the player.
Good: Reads IDTag v2 information well, including song album art (if already included in file).
Very Bad: Needs some work on the interface and features - cannot create play lists externally to the player and just upload the play list MP3's. All MP3 files will list in alphabetical (or folder) order or by artist, album order, not playlist order. Cannot execute M3U files from file manager or Audio button.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By snow324 on September 10, 2009
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Pros:
-Supports text files, so you can load and read e-books, a feature most other mp3 players don't have
-Comes with many accessories: a nice leather carrying case which can be propped up, earphones, extra earbud covers, a separate carrying case for the earphones, stylette, connector for you computer, a wall charger adapter
-Plug and play with your computer, no software download needed
-Easy to manage files and user friendly interface
-Excellent sound quality
-Built-in speakers
-Supports avi and wmv files

Cons:
-You connect to the computer both to transfer files and to charge. You CAN NOT transfer any files until the unit is fully charged, so plan several hours ahead.
-The on-off button is a cheap plastic piece. At least on my unit, it takes several tries before the unit will turn on.
-There is no scroll wheel, so if you're looking for a file in the middle of a list of thousands, keep pushing the down arrow and hopefully it won't accidentally jump you to the bottom of the list and you'll have to start over again.
-The manual is too simplified, and there is no tech support or customer service to speak of. I sent them an email and never received a reply.
-There's no place on the unit itself to store the stylette. The screen is touch-sensitive, so you could do without it, but again, for scrolling through lists the stylette can be handy.
-Does not have AM/FM capabilities

Overall I have mixed feelings about this gadget. It does have some capabilities (like text file support) that I really like. But I do find the first 3 points I listed under "cons" to be very annoying. And the price is still pretty steep compared to other products you can get on the market these days.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Counter-Strike on September 23, 2010
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This thing, for better lack of wording, SUCKS. The touch screen is awful, the stylus it comes with doesn't even really work as it should. I mean, it's a stylus, you should be able to get pretty accurate with where you poke it, but nope. I found myself having to switch back and forth between fingertip and stylus at times. When I tried to put it into "hold", the entire device would literally SCREAM into my headphones and crash. Despite all the features of this thing, it really is not worth the hassle. Thank god Amazon has a great return policy. I wish I had more constructive criticism about the faults of this thing, but I guess what I really want to say is DO NOT PURCHASE THIS.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By clomper on January 24, 2011
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This is an unbelievably bad product. Someone at Latte Communications (if that is even a real company) must be sleeping with someone at Amazon, and paying their unemployed brother-in-law to write good reviews about this product. The touchscreen is horrible, the OS is garbage, and the sound quality is a step above a gramophone. I owned it for 11 months, hoping for a firmware update that never came. The other day when I turned it on, the screen was solid white. I've reset it and recharged it, and nothing more than a white screen appears. If you go to [...], you won't see any reference that this player even exists, much less any support for it. Now try calling them. Press any menu option (even sales!) and have a couple good novels with you, because no one is going to pick up. I waited on 2 different occasions; once for 50 minutes and another time for 1 hour and 15 minutes and eventually hung up both times.

Please do not let the positive reviews persuade you to buy this thing. If you don't believe me, go to the website and call them.
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