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iDisc 1Gb USB Pen Drive With Built-In MP3 Player - just £2.98 (+ delivery) @ UKDVDR
iDisc 1Gb USB Pen Drive With Built-In MP3 Player - just £2.98 (+ delivery) @ UKDVDR

iDisc 1Gb USB Pen Drive With Built-In MP3 Player - just £2.98 (+ delivery) @ UKDVDR

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UKDVDR have a 1GB USB Flash Drive with a built in MP3 player for just £2.98.

This price excludes delivery (which starts at £2.10, after VAT, with various options available).

"Can be used either as regular flash pen drive or to play MP3 files stored on it. Takes any standard stereo headphone plug. Great and reliable with a size of a regular pendrive.

On one AAA battery it will last for hours!"

**As well as MP3 files, this can play WMA files.**

14 Comments

Original Poster

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nice one op

Great find:thumbsup:

Original Poster

Ta.

Great price wish I could get a bulk buy discount

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ade2j;2741920

Great price wish I could get a bulk buy discount



I bought quite a few, but only for personal usage.

£5.09 with P+P for me:?

does it work with vista?

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Geemac;2742761

£5.09 with P+P for me:?



Eh? Which shipping option did you select?

blade2005;2742887

does it work with vista?



I don't see why not. I'm due a delivery of a few tomorrow so will let you know if they're still available! :thumbsup:

Geemac;2742761

£5.09 with P+P for me:?



It's because they charge V.A.T. on the delivery cost. You can't get it for 4.77, so the heading's a bit misleading but what the heck, it still seems like a good buy. Well spotted, and thanks to duckmagicuk2 for listing it!

duckmagicuk2;2747312

Eh? Which shipping option did you select?I don't see why not. I'm due a … Eh? Which shipping option did you select?I don't see why not. I'm due a delivery of a few tomorrow so will let you know if they're still available! :thumbsup:




ok, cheers

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BargainBilly;2749902

It's because they charge V.A.T. on the delivery cost. You can't get it … It's because they charge V.A.T. on the delivery cost. You can't get it for 4.77, so the heading's a bit misleading but what the heck, it still seems like a good buy. Well spotted, and thanks to duckmagicuk2 for listing it!



Sorry, you're right. I've updated that. :thumbsup:

Original Poster

I'm typing this live and unedited as I test it, which should make good reading.

OK. I've received the item. It comes with a little quick-start manual, but being the man that I am I decide to discard it and try and get it working.

It's about the size you'd expect for a USB MP3 player. It doesn't have a screen (which I knew it didn't). It has a battery compartment, which takes 1x AAA battery. I decide to plug it into the USB socket without inserting a battery. Windows Vista recognises the device and installs drivers automatically (as Vista does with USB drives). A little blue light comes on at the side of the device.

I open the device in My Computer, and notice two MP3 files already in there. They are named "558587.mp3" and "789945.mp3". I begin by thinking that they're something necessary that I shouldn't delete, but then realised that they're a couple of poor "sample tracks". I have just found out that one of these is "Brother Louis, Louis, Louis" from 80s German Band "Modern Talking". :giggle:

In a battle with the Germans, I decide to upload two "ABBA" songs. They are "Dancing Queen" and "Supertrooper". Sure, they aren't British songs but they're surely going to conquer the German sample tracks.

My two tracks, 8.28MB in combined size, upload quickly. I then remove the drive, forgetting to disconnect it properly using the "safely remove device" feature in Vista. Oh, well.

I go and find a AAA battery. After much swearing, one is eventually located. I then find a pair of headphones.

It's easy to work out that holding down the Play/Pause button turns the player on and off. There's just three buttons. Play/Pause, Skip Forward/Volume Up and Skip Backwards/Volume Down. The skip buttons skip tracks if you press them and change the volume if you hold them down.

The sound is very clear. It's very easy to use. Very plastic-y, but what's to be expected? I can't comment on the battery life. Highly recommended product.

Original Poster

I forgot to mention, as well as MP1/MP2/MP3 (who used MP1/MP2?) this also supports the WMA file format. I shall add this to the first post. WMA files have a smaller file size than MP3 so you can fit even more on.
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