This intriguing little MP3 player is recharged from either a traditional USB connection or by hand. With just 60 seconds of cranking by hand, you get up to 10 minutes of power to play the music. If you’re in the middle of nowhere without a USB power source, it’s a great way to keep your batteries going and it’s good for the environment too.
The MP3 player measures just 75mm x 45mm x 34.5mm and features 1GB of internal storage for your favourite music tracks. 1GB is not a great deal really, especially when 8GB memory cards are just starting to come into the market. However, it is an eco-friendly gadget, and comes with a small flashlight too. A bit pricey at $61 (£30), but it’s nice to see something a little different in the music gadget world. I suggest finding out a little more about MP3 players at MP3 Player Reviews.
Source: Akihabara News
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