joe95 10:46 19 Oct 2005

saw this mp3 player here is it worth buying.

Small it may be, but this MP3 Player has got real power. And it's a truly multifunctional device. With its large 1 GB memory and fast USB 2.0 interface it also serves as a data carrier and dictation machine. It is ideal for easily storing and playing music in a MP3, WMA or WAV format with an ID3 tag that tells you the name of the album, song and artist. Another key feature is its Windows DRM 10 function.

Earphones, a neck band, USB cable, battery and installation CD are also provided
LCD display with seven selectable background colours
3-year guarantee
Measurements (w x h x d): approx. 9 x 2 x 3 cm
Colour: white

  Diodorus Siculus 15:41 19 Oct 2005 - A new experience every week
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Seems good for the price.

  Diodorus Siculus 15:42 19 Oct 2005

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  joe95 09:59 20 Oct 2005


  joe95 20:43 20 Oct 2005


  manofmacc 20:59 10 May 2008

I would just like to add that the TCHIBO MP3 player seems to be one of the best bargains on the market. At only £39.95 it has 2 GB memory, a clear screen offering specific and random play, photo and video storage, voice recording and passable FM radio reception. It looks good in stainless steel and black, and carries a THREE year guarantee. The earphones are not too good, but I get excellent sound using a pair of Sennheiser CX300 in-ear phones.

  MCE2K5 23:55 10 May 2008

And nearly 3 Years old.

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