These devices are anything but one-size-fits-all. Its black, membrane-style control panel consists of six extremely stiff buttons. Review Sections Review Specs. The small body is made of tough black plastic, cornered with shockproof rubber, coming in at a compact 69x50x20mm. Why should you bother?

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Oregon Scientific MP120 Blue ( 512 MB ) Digital Media Player

They’re smaller and lighter than high-capacity players but still hold more tunes than flash-based models with the same price. This player even floats, so it’s less likely to end up at the bottom of the orebon. The Good Inexpensive; waterproof; built-in belt clip; doubles as FM radio; floats.

Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s Compact enough for a magician to palm, the rugged, rubberized MP looks ready to take a beating–on land or otherwise.

Oregon says the player runs for 10 hours oregoon charges; in our tests, it came close, lasting 9. Whether on the beach, trekking or camping this would be an ideal choice to keep the elements at bay and save on space as well. That means you’ll have to remove scientifuc reconnect the earbuds on a regular basis–a chore that gets old quickly.

Luckily, many new micro drive-based players such as the Creative Zen Micro feature a user-replaceable battery. Like most flash-based MP3 players these days, the MP requires no special drivers, meaning you can plug it into any PC so that it doubles as a removable storage device. Hard-drive-based Micro hard-drive-based Flash-based MP3 CD Hard-drive-based players Most likely, a high-capacity player can accommodate every song you’ve ever purchased or ripped from a CD.


Micro hard-drive-based players Straddling the line between full-size orregon MP3 players and compact, flash-based players, these models aim to give you the best of scientjfic worlds by using miniature hard drives about 1 inch or less in diameter with capacities of up to 12GB. This is a hassle not only for file transfers but also for charging the player.

Oregon Scientific MP review: Micro hard-drive players such as the TrekStor Vibez are becoming rare, but they still offer an appealing compromise between hard drive and Flash-based MP3 players. Bandersnatch is here to cap a twisted Continue to next page 01 Every month, manufacturers unleash even more MP3 players to an increasingly confused public.

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Weighing in at 1. The manufactures are quite specific about the ogegon limitations on the depth, so anything beyond this threshold is at your own risk. The volume isn’t very loud, it’s only watertight up to one metre and you may find yourself adjusting the headphones after every few lengths, but this really does work and certainly makes long swims a little less boring.

Its black, membrane-style control panel consists of six extremely stiff buttons.

Oregon Scientific MP120

Once a strong signal has been located setting the station, as one of the presets, is easy though. So-called “micro drive” players are being largely phased out in favor of high-capacity flash devices, but you can still find compact hard-drive players such as the Creative Zen Micro Photo for sale online. Ever fancied listening to The Strokes in your local pool?


It appears as a standard external drive on your desktop, so you can just drag and drop files onto it, but if you prefer, you can also use Windows Media Player 10 to squirt your music into it. Don’t show this again. Thankfully, the controls aren’t difficult to remember, though they’re hard to press.

The small body is made of tough black plastic, cornered with shockproof rubber, coming in at a compact 69x50x20mm.

They also tend to have more features and larger screens and are overall easier to use. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at zcientific discretion. Review Sections Review Specs.


Oregon Scientific’s earbuds don’t plug into the MP’s headphone jack in the traditional sense; rather, they screw onto the bottom of the player to form a waterproof seal. No vast problem, except the soft rubber lugs on the headphones, which make them sciengific, are impossible to get in your ears.

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