Stage Slim 4GB Media Player with 1.8 inch TFT Screen with FM Radio and Voice Recorder Silver - £25.98 plus delivery @ Ebuyer
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Stage Slim 4GB Media Player with 1.8 inch TFT Screen with FM Radio and Voice Recorder Silver - £25.98 plus delivery @ Ebuyer

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Found 25th Oct 2008
Overview

Stage Slim MP4 Player 4GB with 1.8 inch TFT Screen with FM Radio and Voice Recorder Silver + FREE DELIVERY

The Stage Slim is of exquisite appearance, it's slim, sleek and smooth and only 6mm thick! It has a very classy finish. Listen to your favourite music or watch your favourite movies. Great for travelling or just sitting back and listening in bed. Whatever you enjoy the Stage Slim MP4 is a great buy. It is so slim it will easily fit into your pocket, purse or handbag.
Features:

* 1.8 inch LCD Colour Screen
* PC Connection: USB2.0 (FS)
* Battery: Chargeable Li-polymer battery - Play time up to 10 hours
* Music Format: MP1, MP2, MP3, WMA, ASF, WAV
* O/S: Windows 98/SE/ME/2K/XP/MAC OS10, Linux 2.4.2
* E-Book Function
* Built in FM Radio
* Jpeg Album
* Travel Charger
* Earphones
* USB Cable
* Record Voice
* Firmaware upgrade
* Drive Free U Disk
* 7 Preset EQ
* Game Function
* GUI (Graphic User Interface) Menu

6 Comments

These any good?

Seems a good price although 4gb will get filled quite fast i think.

Is there any way of increasing the storage capability, can you drag and drop AVIs into it?

so many questions....

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Thanks Ascot

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Stage or Mulberry (same ppl I think) make some really cheap rubbish, and a £10 iPod shuffle rip-off (which is quite ok :D)

Oh and the supplied headphones are stragely uncomfortable, but they do come with a mains-usb charger which is atleast useful if you own an iPod or some other device.

danny-mac;3284411

These any good? Seems a good price although 4gb will get filled quite … These any good? Seems a good price although 4gb will get filled quite fast i think.Is there any way of increasing the storage capability, can you drag and drop AVIs into it?so many questions....



I assume that you would be able to, it would show up as a USB disk. It looks like a XXXXX iPod Nano rip-off.

As for increasing it, you can't hardware-wise, but you could lower the quality of the music/video to put on it by changing the bitrate, but then you are suffering from the quality just to get a few more songs on.


Hope this helps.

My Mother in Law bought one of these. paid £40, Total **** sound quality. not to user friendly. Stick to an Ipod or other branded MP3 player.

I bought one of these iPod look-a-likes and as JamieLloydFan says the user interface was shocking, I was close to scrapping it but just use it for running now. Going between albums is painful and if you don't do it quick enough it jumps back to the song that you were trying to change. I'm not saying this is the same but be warned, I will stick to ones I can try in a shop first!
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