Philips HDD100 And Philips HDD060 MP3 Jukeboxes

Posted: Nov 2 2003, 8:46pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:47am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Philips HDD100 and Philips HDD060 MP3 Jukeboxes
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Philips announced a while ago their HDD100 and the HDD060 MP3 Players.

The Philips HDD100 is after a long wait on sale in the US. The black stylish 15GB hard drive player is selling for $349.99 (MSRP: $399.00) on

Weighing 167g, the Philips HDD100 has 15GB capacity to pack more than 3,000 songs. The HDD100 is decked in high gloss magnesium and hardened glass. The MP3 player features a USB2.0 interface for fast transfer. The Display features a powerful scroll interface and a 5 band equilizer. The HDD100 also features are remote control. The device plays MP3 and Windows Media Audio (WMA) Files. The hdd100 has its own internal MP3 encoder, allowing it to record audio tracks from its microphone input, analogue line input and digital-optical line input.

The announced HDD060 is not in stores yet as far as we know. If you saw it somewhere on sale please email us.

At 1.8cm thick, and not much longer than a credit card, the hdd060 micro audio jukebox is the supposedly the smallest of 1.5GB Micro Hard-drive featureing players. It uses the same 1-inch, 1.5GB hard drive found in Rio's Nitrus and Nomad's MuVo2 players.

See also:
Hard-Drive MP3 Portable Jukebox Player Overview

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