The world’s smallest MP3 player

by Gareth Mankoo

As things get smaller they get more sophisticated and difficult to use and not lose. Yet, we have devices shrinking away with every passing day. This MP3 player from Japan, for instance, is supposed to be as large as a couple of sugar cubes. One earbud is connected to the main unit and the other connects via a thin cord, into the other year. To load music into it, you have to plug it into the USB port of your computer directly. What’s really stunnig about this miniature genius is that it can store up to 4GB of data.

The product is mainly for Japan. You can pick it up from ThinkGeek at just about $80.

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