8G model (at least) from [http://www.buy.com/ Buy.com] seems to have either s1mp3 or sigmatel chipset, worked fresh out of box. It is USB rechargeable device with monochrome LCD and multicolored backlight plus FM stereo. Doc only mentions mp3 and wma, not vorbis.
== [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_MP4/MTV_player Chinese MP4 players sold on eBay] ==
While it does support Vorbis, buyer beware. Poor ratings at [http://reviews.cnet.com/mp3-players/coby-mp-c7052-512mb/4505-6490_7-32466874.html cnet.com]: "utterly fails at its intended purpose"
== [http://www.cowonamerica.com Cowon/iAudio] D2, F2, T2, U3, U2, G3, 5, G2, U5, 7 ==
'The lightest and the smallest one among AAA type [http://www.superstoresearch.com/shopping/categories/4359-1/electronics/personal-audio/mp3-digital-media-players.html MP3 players].' Supports MP3, WMA, ASF, WAV, and Ogg Vorbis, has FM tuner, line-in and mic with direct MP3 encoding. Comes with 128/256/512/1024 MB flash memory and USB 2.0 interface. The EMX-900 has up to 1 GB storage and supports the same file formats.
== EZAV T2, EMP-600, EMP-500, EMP-400 ==
Available from 03/2005 the LDP-800 is offering MP3, WMA and Ogg Vorbis Support with 256/512MB storage. It has a digital out, FM receiver and transmitter, can record from FM, mic and line-in and has a SD-card slot. Includes Sennheiser earbuds. Update: A telephoned sales representative informed on 2005-04-15 that this player would be available sometime in June. Update again: A sales representative telephoned on 2005-06-20 again stated that the player would be available sometime in June. However, a sales representitave at [http://www.ecost.com/ eCOST], an online store carrying the LDP-800, stated that their availability date is now 2005-07-15. Lexar now seem to have dropped this product. See discussion.
== [http://www.lowrance.com/ Lowrance's] iFINDER Expedition C, Hunt C, PhD, iWay 350C, possibly others. ==
GPS units, certain models, support playing MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files stored on the SD/MMC card, which is primarily there to hold map files and route/track data. The item descriptions only mention mp3, you have to dig into the manual or actually use the device to discover Vorbis support. What a nice surprise! Many units seem to include voice-recorder functionality too, for tagging waypoints with audio notes, but it's not clear what codec they record in.
== [http://www.maxfield.de/ Maxfield's] Max-Ivy, Max-Diamond, Max-Movie, Max-Diablo, Max-Sin Touch ==
Available in 256MB/512MB/1GB sizes. USB 2.0. Supports Ogg Vorbis (although it doesn't seem to view tag info, will probably be fixed in future firmwares (?)), but also MP3 and WMA. It has small 200 mW built-in speaker. Inverted display with the ability to choose the foreground colour in 125 steps. Other features include FM-radio, voice recorder (built-in mic), line-in, alarm, and more. While XR-22 support memory upto 2GB and functions are similar to XT-22S.
== [http://en.meizu.com/ Meizu] M6 miniPlayer ==
Available in 1/2/4GB capacities. USB 2.0. Supports Ogg Vorbis and FLAC as well as MP3, MP2, WMA. DRM10 support should be supported with future firmware updates. 2.4", 260k color display, text, photo (BMP, JPG, GIF), and video (AVI), FM radio/recording, built-in mic for voice recording. English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean and partial Hebrew language support. You can buy an an external battery pack which is rumored to enable USB On-The-Go support sometime in the future.
== [http://www.mobiblu.com/ MobiBLU] Cube2, DAH-2100, US2, BOXON ==
Looks like another whitebox label. No official website found yet, but three models are offered in shops: MP-8256 with 256MB memory, MP-8512 (512MB) and MP-81000 (1GB). Plays not only Ogg Vorbis, but [[MP3]], [[WMA]] and even BMP and Textfiles via small colour display. USB 2.0 interface. Sufficient quality in playback and recording (Radio/Line-In).
== [http://www.mpmaneurope.com/product.aspx?product_id=77 MPMan] MP-FUB34 MP-CS157 ==
As today (23/11/09), the MP-160 does NOT play Ogg Vorbis files, although several shops and websites maintain the contrary.
== Mustek MC-1503F ==
Another Korean manufacturer jumps in and offers small flash-based players with 128MB up to 1GB storage capacities. They support the usual formats MP3/WMA/Ogg Vorbis, can record voice, receive FM radio.
== [http://www.nextar.com/ Nextar] 933A-1B ==
: This seems to work on other Nextar models including MA933A
== [http://pentagram.com.tw/ Pentagram] Vanquish R SKIT ==
Makes a number of OGG-Vorbis compatable players. Although only a handful of their players claim support for Vorbis, it appears that OGG Vorbis works on some of the models where it is not advertised. Their players are being re-branded sold as inexpensive "MP4" players. Many players by Ergotech, Vakoss, and Zicplay are based on designs by Preview.
== Qoolqee K7 ==
This player is sold in the U.K. and comes with 256/512MB. Supports Linux and BSD. (As of 01-2009 could not find product online.)
== [http://www.yarvik.com/ Yarvik] [http://www.yarvik.com/en/product/portable-media-players/mp4-15-display/PMP220/#specifications Funkick Media Player 4 GB (PMP220)] ==