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SD-MMC MP3 Music Player
Normal Price £12.89
Special Price £5.99 Delivered
UK RRP £29.99
Reviews: 136 almost with 4 and 5 stars

Ultra compact (matchbox size) pocket sized MP3 Player is finished in smart silver and black and is a real eye-catching design. This unit accepts/requires SD Memory Card for data and music storage. This MP3 player can also be used as a reader and writer to transfer information and data and music from your PC to an SD / MM memory card....

At a glance features
LCD display showing track number and other settings
Buttons for volume and track selection and repeat settings etc.
Runs from just 1 x AAA battery giving over 10 hours of continuous play
Built in graphic equaliser for selection of sound bass/treble preferences
Useful "Key-lock" facility prevents accidental button pressing whilst moving, exercising, or jogging etc.
Very lightweight and measures only W50mm x H60mm x D15mm in size
Could be used as a SD/MMC card reader or USB flash drive

Note: Compatible with the following operating systems:
Windows 2000 and above
Linux 2.4 and above
Mac OS 8.6 and above

What's in the box?

MP3 Player / SD Card reader writer
Full Instructions
1 x AAA battery
Round the neck headphones (in the ear type) which also doubles as a strap
USB connection cable

Please note: This unit has no internal memory and is not supplied with an SD Card - you will need an SD Card. Please note this item takes up to a 1GB card.
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#1
bought one of these in 2006 from 7dayshop. It's ok for the price and doubles up as a card read. Problem is that if you turn it off you start back from the first track. Also, a real eye-catching design?? Hardly!
#2
Please note this item takes up to a 1GB card!

It's OK if that's all you want.....
#3
ideal for audiobooks and music while on the beach, id never take my pod down the beach but this is perfect, thinking of getting anther at this price :) hot
#4
"Eye catching design"

As in, goddam that's ugly?

Heat.
#5
credington
Please note this item takes up to a 1GB card!

It's OK if that's all you want.....


I'm pretty sure it can take more than 1 GB, although I've not tried it with an SDHC card.

The main problem with putting in anything of any decent size was what smk77 said, it starts again from the beginning. And without any decent filing system, it takes sooo long to get through that many songs that you'll have finished your gym session/bus ride/etc before you got to the song you were after!!

And as tfish said, its ideal for those occasions/places that you wouldn't really want to take your Ipod. The sound is remarkably good and quite loud if necessary, it is actually quite a decent unit. The one we had has just broke, caused by some heavy handedness with removing the battery (it took the battery contact with it!), but I would buy another.
#6
Compared to the Sony that was flagged up yesterday this is like an 8 track cartridge..

and the Sony was a pound cheaper


no brainer
#7
arpster
Compared to the Sony that was flagged up yesterday this is like an 8 track cartridge..

and the Sony was a pound cheaper


no brainer


Have you got a link to it?
Searched Sony, MP3 player and can't find it!
#8
stamfordblue
Have you got a link to it?
Searched Sony, MP3 player and can't find it!


Here you go:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/437283/sony-nw-e002-512mb-mp3-player-4-99-/
#9
Can anyone tell me if it as built in speaker , or do you have to use the supplied headphones ? thanks
#10



Thanks :thumbsup:
Strange it never appeared when I searched for it :?
#11
I bought one of these a few years ago and the sound quality isn't very good IMO.
#12
These were great about 3 yrs ago. Time has moved on and quality mp3 players are rediculously cheap now. This unit has fiddly buttons that sometimes take more than one press to operate, the display is tiny, but as mentioned the biggest drawback is the non-restart at last track feature. Going through the menu every time becomes surprisingly tedious.
#13
From what I remember (3+ years ago) it had an awful menu, annoying buttons and it reset to the first song whenever you switched it on. I think the battery cover was a little fiddly to get on as well. I'd pay a little extra and go for a decent one nowadays.
#14


Another Sainsbury's 'wild goose chase' deal. Still may drive the 10 mile/2 store round trip to get one in Edinburgh and will post my success/failure.
#15
good price :d voted hot
#16
this deal is only on for a week mind then it wll be back up to £9
#17
I suspect this is a rebrand of the Sumvision Snowfox XT105, of which I've had a few. I found that it would "lose contact" with the SD card fairly frequently and display "No card!", but other than that, it was OK. I think I got my last one at 7.99 quid, so this is probably the cheapest that this "family" of player has been so far.

Work gave me a Blackberry Bold 9000, so I'm using that to play MP3s now, but as a throwaway player with a multi-line LCD display, this isn't a bad buy.
#18
Had one of theses from years and YEARS ago!! Really great idea. I liked the fact that ye used your own memory. Can't remember if I ever used it with over 1Gig of memory. I think, however, that as times and technology has progressed, they really should have progressed this player also. In built rechargeable battery, and ability to save where ye left off when ye switch the player off are a necessity these days. Also, I can't remember if it played formats other than mp3's. I use wma's quite a lot, so would need one to do that.
Which brings on a question - does anyone know of a player similar to this which improves these points? (But still not overly expensive)

Rainey!!

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