No, they will include it in ZX2 and charge 300 euros more for that one.
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they should do that soon now. Competition is eating up, and many people do not buy the ZX1 only because of lack of capacity.
+1. Wonder if A&K/iRiver would get away with its pricing if they'd named themselves Myeong&Dong...
Big Cowon fan of old, still have two X5, an S9 and a D2(+) but really not interested in the P1 anymore if it's close in price to the AK 120 tbh.
And for some of us, 128gb is fine. We would just like an official release in our country (the US). I don't like the idea of importing a somewhat fragile electronic device, only to have a warranty issue. And the price seems to be dropping. Its well under 800 USD currently...
No, they'd rather overcharge for a storage bump like Apple does.
Slightly out of topic but I still don't understand why dap makers don't use mSATA. They can produce the dap, without one in it but implement to system to read mSATA and it leaves the choice to us, whatever the capacity we need, we can buy it in mSATA, plug in to the dap and voila, you are ready to go.
I would stick 1TB definitely.
I'm pretty sure they thought of it but they're playing it safe for now. Probably with the success they mentioned with the initial sales of the ZX-1 (without micro-sd) there is no need for them to implement it.