Ultra Low-Cost USB Flash-Drive Based 128MB MP3 Player

Posted: Jun 30 2003, 12:49pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:41am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Ultra Low-Cost USB Flash-Drive based 128MB MP3 Player
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Ultra Low Cost USB Flash-drive based 128MB MP3 Player requires no drivers!

Japanese Fancylogic offers this small WMA/MP3 player based on a 128MB Flash-drive. This player does not need any drivers. The driver free aspect makes it really easy to use and users can plug in the device to any computer and drag and drop files onto the player. So you are at a friend he has this ultra hot tune, just plug in the NAPA player and get it. No software hassles.

This 128MB MP3 player is now for a limited time on sale for only $61.00 at FancyLogic.com
Compare this to any 128MB MP3 Player on Amazon.com.

Features of the FLMPPA-22 (NAPA):
Cable Free
13hours Play Time
Size ~33.5 x 86.5 x 15 mm
USB 1.1
Drivers only required on Win98

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