If the iPodNano is just too portly for your tastes Walletex has the rail thin Paris Hilton of MP3 players dubbed the Walletex Wallet MP3 Player. The player is about the size of a credit card and appears to be the same size as the Walletex Flash drives currently on the market.
Storage capacities of 128MB to 2GB will be available and the players can also be produced with custom graphics for use as promotional give aways. The headphones attach to the player via a USB adapter and it appears that you directly plug the player into your PC for music transfer.Obviously to get this thin you get no LCD display so watching video and looking at pics is out. Honestly, I bet most MP3 player users don’t make much use of those features. The Wallet MP3 player is slated for availability in June 2007. No pricing information is available nor details about battery life. Story and image via OhGizmo.
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