Friday, September 22, 2006

TECH - Lexar Media JumpDrive Digital Audio Player

Now THAT's a mouthful! But this fancy (yet inexpensive) mp3 player(-PLUS) certainly seems to be worth the extra syllables. Check out these features:
  • Integrated FM Transmitter to listen to your MP3s through your car stereo or any radio
  • Built-in FM Radio with 20 user preset settings
  • FM Record to record FM broadcast to playback later
  • Voice Recording to record voice messages to playback later
  • Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
  • Built-in SD Card Slot to expand the storage of your Lexar Digital Music player
  • 7 setting Equalizer (Normal, Classical, Live, Pop, Rock, X-Bass, 1 user adjustable)
  • 7 color backlit LCD (Blue, Green, Indigo, Red, Violet, Yellow, White)
  • Compatible with Microsoft Digital Rights Management (DRM) for playback of downloaded songs from popular on-line music services
  • Store music files, data, pictures on your Lexar Digital Music Player
  • High-quality Sennheiser MX-400 earbud headphones for superior sound
All this for less than $10?!

Like I said in the chatbox, I can't wait to pick this sucker up. TODAY!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sound dope. How much is it exactly?

solitaire said...

I'm a techbabygirl... and I can't BELIEVE the price is that low. Wow.

I haven't listened to music radio in YEARS, thanks to the various music players I've owned. I became a member of the iPod nation last August and haven't looked back.

West said...

re: raiden's "Sound dope. How much is it exactly?"

"All this for less than $10?!"

:D

re: solitaire's "I'm a techbabygirl... and I can't BELIEVE the price is that low. Wow."

Me, either. In fact, the site says they're unavailable. So does the local store.

Grr.

I found some on ebaY (but only after searching for the manufacturer's number) and they're going for over a hundred bucks.

Apparently, it's beend discontinued. Even Lexar's site doesn't mention it in the products section.

I'm so heart-broken.

re: solitaire's "I haven't listened to music radio in YEARS, thanks to the various music players I've owned. I became a member of the iPod nation last August and haven't looked back."

I hear ya.
If it weren't for the great deal we got, I wouldn't have gone 'Pod. But, we did.

In fact, I see that the battery packs are apparently easier to replace than I'd been lead to believe.

Still, I'm eyeballin' that 80GB monster. Dunno if I'll go that route, but I'm a-lookin'!

Anonymous said...

West - Wow, I thought was a typo.

West said...

Heart-broken, I tells ya.