Now here’s an MP3 player that doesn’t hail from Apple’s line – the Bluesens Keia. This device sports a supposedly “revolutionary user interface”, although there is nothing in the image that depicts the Keia will outstrip Apple, iRiver, Samsung or even Sony when it comes to that department since it is a relatively new player in the market. You will get standard MP3 player features within, including an integrated FM radio tuner, a voice recorder, support for MP3, WMA and Ogg Vorbis format files and USB connectivity. Nice to see the manufacturer throw in a clock and stopwatch functions. You will be able to pick up the 2GB and 4GB models for 36 Euros and 45 Euros, respectively.
Source: Gizmos.es (translated)