Tiny And Cheap I.T MP3 Player

Posted: Dec 31 2004, 1:39am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:19pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Tiny and Cheap I.T MP3 Player
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US based electronics retailer Etroduce offers a tiny low-cost pendant style MP3 Player.

The I.T MP3 Player comes in 128MB ($79.99) and 256MB ($99.99) versions. Usually this coin-sized MP3 Players appearing once in a while are OEM versions of the Korean Eratech Z MP3 Player, but this one looks different. The necklace style player has no display. It features a 5 mode equalizer and plays WMA and MP3.
More details on Etroduce.

For a necklace style MP3 player, I prefer the iRiver N10. Sure it is much more expensive, but it has a display and looks very cool.

Update 03/05/05:
We got contacted by Station Z, which is actually the design company of this MP3 player as well as the designer of the EraTech Z coin mp3 player. So both players are from the same company.
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