4GB MP3 Player (Black) - £17.99 Free Delivery [RRP: £69.99] - Play.com + 4% Quidco
4GB MP3 Player (Black) - £17.99 Free Delivery [RRP: £69.99] - Play.com + 4% Quidco

4GB MP3 Player (Black) - £17.99 Free Delivery [RRP: £69.99] - Play.com + 4% Quidco

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BACK IN STOCK & with Half Price Speaker Dock if you want. I got the Sony NWD-B105B 2GB MP3 Player which isn't available anymore, this is the same cheapy price with twice the memory

Massive 4GB capacity - around 2000 tracks!
USB2.0 full-speed connection
Compatible with both MP3 and WMA formats
Backlit LCD display
Tough and hard-wearing - no moving parts means no skipping!
Up to 10 hours playback from a single alkaline AAA battery
Built-in USB connector - no cable to lose
Powerful in-ear headphones, using a standard 3.5mm connector
Easy Plug and Play connection (Windows ME, 2000, XP, Vista & Mac OS X)
USB key function - carry pictures, documents and other files with you
Play, pause, track forward, track back, volume up and volume down controls
Repeat track/repeat all
Shuffle (random play)
Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz
THD: 0.08%
Size (mm): 85 x 28 x 18
Weight: 26g
Supplied accessories: Neck-cord earphones, AAA battery, instruction manual (PDF on player)
Store thousands of songs on this tiny player. Save documents and files - this is the ideal companion for business and pleasure.


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Don't see why ppl vote this cold tbh. It's been posted a few times with good comments already.

Apart from the brand you're getting value for money for that amount of GB - I have this player and the only shortcoming is that 1) it uses batteries 2) The manual that comes with it is pure rubbish. Plug in a new set of headphones rather than default one and you've just bagged yourself a bargain.

Yep, agree this is'nt that bad, for the price... i also brought 2 of the sony 2gb from Play.com. But this would do for someone out there im sure.. 4gb is a good size too.hot.

Yeah, I've got one of these, too, and it's not at all bad.

In fact, using batteries rather than being rechargeable can be quite an advantage when you're away from home for a while without easy access to a mains supply (such as camping). Saves having to carry a charger with you, too...

Why so COLD ??????
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