Karma was a digital audio player made by Rio. It measures 2.7x3x0.9 inches and weighs 5.5 ounces. It has a 20 or 40 gigabyte hard drive (depending on the version) and is notable for its support of Ogg Vorbis and FLAC playback as well as the usual MP3 and WMA formats. It also bears the distinction of supporting file transfers via ethernet through its docking station, as opposed to the standard USB (which is also supported). Like many Rio players, the Karma's firmware has an equalizer, cross-fader, animated menus, dynamic playlist generation, and visualizations. Rio no longer actively markets the Karma, although it can still be easily purchased from other distributors.
20.0GB* hard drive plays back over 330 hours of music (at 128 Kbps MP3 encoding) or 660 hours of WMA music
High-speed USB 2.0 interface for fast file transfer
Up to 15 hours playback with rechargeable LiIon battery
Ethernet port for networking capability
Edit, organize and generate playlists
Auto DJ finds, mixes and creates playlists from tracks on command
Synchronizes music instantly between your player and PC
5-band adjustable equalizer with presets
Dual RCA line-outs connect to most home stereo components
Sennheiser MX300 ear buds, docking station, USB 2.0 cable, stereo RCA and Ethernet cables and A/C power supply included
*Note: Actual formatted capacity less.