MusicGremlin MG-1000 MP3 Player Review

Posted: Jun 21 2006, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:50pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
MusicGremlin MG-1000 MP3 Player Review
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Digital Trends reviewed the new Music Gremlin MG-1000 MP3 Player.

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"One of the more innovative ideas comes from MusicGremlin, a New York-based company whose Web-based download service uses Wi-Fi as the download channel rather than a PC.
MusicGremlin players pack 802.11b Wi-Fi chips that tap into home networks, public hotspots and the T-Mobile service (the latter for a fee). Each Gremlin player comes with the listings for around 2 million tracks, which are always available to users who opt for the $14.99/month subscription plan.

You can also purchase tracks on an a la carte plan for 99 cents, competitive with other download services. The songs are encoded in WMA at 128kbps and protected by digital rights management. The player, which also plays MP3s, retails for $299."
Read the full Music Gremlin MG-1000 MP3 Player Review.
See also the MusicGremlin site. is a Gremlin not cute and furry?

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