Feb 3 2010, 4:00pm CST | by Susan McGlaun
My kids love to use my iPod, it seems I never have a chance to use it they just love music. When they were toddlers they loved to listen to the radio but they did not have a music player of their own and they were too small to use mine. Well now there is a solution to the problem with Baby’s First MP3 Player.
This MP3 player is molded from rubber so it’s rugged and sturdy. It features a large handle for little hands to grasp onto. It also meets FDA food-grade specifications so you know it’s safe. Designed for children from ages 0-6 it is the perfect music player that they will use and love for years. It uses 1 AA battery, which is included, for 40 hours of use. Baby’s First MP3 has 1 GB of memory (16 hours at 128 kbit/s data rate).
Baby’s First MP3 features preloaded music from award-winning artist Susie Tallman & Friends and Jim Weiss, award winning storyteller. It features three programmable playlist and has an integrated speaker. It has a LCD display to so you can track number and batter status. For noise control it has a hidden volume control so you are the one in control of how loud baby listens to music. For your convenience it also features a programmable automatic shut-off timer. This would make such a great and unique gift that children and moms alike would love.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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