Andus Resound Portable MP3 Player On Sale!

Posted: Aug 23 2003, 10:24am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:57pm CDT , in Portable Devices


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Andus Resound Portable MP3 Player on Sale!

We reported about the small Andus ReSound 128MB MP3 Player at the CES 2003.
We featured an Audio Interview with Andus from the Show floor.

I4U gets a ton of google search hits right now for people looking for the Andus ReSound 128MB MP3 Player. Indeed its a nice player.
And right now we found it on Sale for $59.99 at!

The Andus ReSound has the size of a normal USB Flash-Drive but has features like MP3 Player, Voice Recorder and of course USB Storage. I do not know of any other MP3 player for in that price range that features an LCD display.

- USB 1.1 Interface (will work in USB 2.0 ports at USB 1.1 speeds)
- 128MB of built-in storage (not expandable)
- Works with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
(Needs Driver for all OS!)
- Makes voice recordings in .WAV format
- Supported MP3 compression rates: 32 - 256Kbps
- 32 Volume Levels
- LCD resolution: 96 x 26 pixels, monochrome
- Size of player: 3.50 x 1.25 x 0.83 inches

Buy Andus ReSound 128MB MP3 Player at today!

See Also:
FancyLogic Low-Cost MP3 Player
New Toshiba HDD MP3 Player Thinner Than Apple iPod
Rio Karma 20GB MP3 Player - Another iPod Alternative With Good Karma?

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