If you're in the market for a new portable media player and prefer something powered by our little green robot, then now may be the time to jump. Best Buy is offering the 16GB version of the Philips Android Connect for $110 with free shipping for today only. This unit, which retails for $219 ($173 on Amazon), is the predecessor to the recently announced GoGear Connect 3.5.

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The Gingerbread-powered Android Connect features 16GB of internal storage and a 3.2-inch 320x480 dispay, along with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and access to the Android Market, so you can load up all of your favorite apps. It also offers full 720p video playback, as well as support for a variety of file formats, like MP3, WMA, AAC, 3GPP, AMR-NB, APE, FLAC, MIDI, and Ogg Vorbis.

Hit the link below to pick one up!

Philips Android Connect 16GB from Best Buy

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  • some one

    A 320x480 display cannot play 720p video.

    • http://gthing.net sam

      It can't display 720p video at full resolution, but it can play 720p video. That spec is more about the speed of the processor than the size of the screen.

  • Ross

    I it did TV out I'd jump on it

  • >_>

    ugh, why only 16gb. i hate tiny players. i'm not saying they need to get up to 160gb (ipod classics) but seriously.
    even though i can use box storage (50gb) w/the wifi to have a good amount of music available, this is just tiny.

    • Raymond

      How much pr0n do you need on it?