Jul 19 2004, 1:52pm EST | by Luigi Lugmayr
Virgin Electronics (formerly Virgin Pulse) unveiled a MP3 player the size of a silver dollar.
This coin-sized MP3 Player is actually manufactured by EraTech and was first introduced in July 2003.
The Wearable 128MB MP3 Player will sell for $99.99 at Target Stores from today. It is not yet available at Target Online.
It is nice to see that interesting Gadgets also make it mainstream. We reviewed the newest small EraTech MP3 Player (EMP-ZII) recently and liked it. Virgin Electronics definitly had a nice idea with the product photo for the coin-sized MP3 player.
More details on the Virgin Electronics wearable MP3 Player in this press-release. In this press-release Virgin Electronics describes the restructuring of what was formerly known as Virgin Pulse.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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