Compact MP3 player from Panasonic
Panasonic is now bringing what is supposedly the world's smallest MP3 player to CeBIT 2002 in Germany, after it was presented in the USA last October. The SV-SD80 is really very compact with a width and height of four centimeters and a depth of 16 millimeters.
Without The battery weighs just 38 grams and the player plays music in the form of MP3 files from SD memory cards, although WMA (Windows Media Audio) and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) formats are also supported. It gets the energy it needs from a rechargeable Ni-MH battery, and AAA alkaline batteries can also be used. With such a power supply, the SV-SD80 offers around 50 hours of music enjoyment until the battery has to be recharged or the batteries have to be changed. Furthermore, the display, which consists of two lines and can show a total of 20 characters, provides information about the title, artist and playing time of the current song. Thanks to the blue background lighting, this information can also be found in the dark. According to Panasonic, the scope of delivery includes a 64 MB memory card, an adapter for connecting to the USB port of the PC, a charger, a belt clip and a wristband for conveniently carrying the player. In the USA the little MP3 miracle currently costs around 246 US dollars.