It is a personal music player (PMP) released in March, 2009 by Nextar, a designer and marketer of consumer electronic products.

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The Nextar MA809 is a personal music player (PMP) released in March, 2009 by Nextar, a designer and marketer of  consumer electronic products. It competes with the Apple iPod. It has a 2.8-inch display (400 x 240 resolution), an integrated voice recorder, support for MP3 and WMA files, an FM tuner / recorder, built-in speaker and a stopwatch to boot. Furthermore, it includes 2GB, 4GB or 8GB of storage space, with the MicroSD offering more room for external memory. Nextar claims that it can play up to eight hours of continuous music or up to three hours of video viewing with a fully charged Li-ion.  The price point is $99.99 (2GB), $119.99 (4GB) and $149.99 (8GB). 

  • Rockchip RK2706 chipset
  • 2.8" 16:9 TFT Display (400x240)
  • Supports MP3, WMA (Audio)
  • Supports AVI, WMV, RM, RMVB format (Video)
  • Supports JPEG/BMP/GIF format (Photo)
  • Built-in FM tuner with FM recording
  • Integrated voice recorder
  • DRM 9 compatible
  • 20 languages support: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish, Danish, etc.
  • 8 EQ modes include Normal, MSEQ, Rock, Pop, Classic, Bass, Jazz, and a User EQ
  • High-speed USB 2.0 interface
  • Upgradable to future formats and features
  • Full charged battery lasts 8 hours of continuous music playback or 3 hours of video playback
  • Built-in Speaker
  • Support Micro SD card (up to 2GB)
  • Support Stopwatch and Calendar functions
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