World’s Smallest MP3 Player

world's smallest mp3 player








Guess what’s the smallest MP3 player? It’s the Kube from Bluetree Electronics of Singapore. Weighing only 18 grams and measuring 22 x 22 x 22 in height, width, and depth, this is no doubt the smallest of its kind.

The Kube had been initially released on June 2009 by OLLO Technologies. A newer version called the Kube 2 was subsequently unveiled on December 2011. The most recent variety known as the NewKube made its debut just this year on January 2013 during the Consumer Electronics Show or CES.

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The NewKube

The NewKube offers features not available with its preceding versions. Some of which include a lock button to prevent accidental play and EQ presets which enables optimized playback for various genres including pop, rock, classical, and so much more.

The NewKube also stands out against the more popularly known competition including the iPod Shuffle due to its repeat button and jump button. The latter allows users to search for items within various folders. The NewKube also offers new exciting designs and colors not previously available.

Small but Terrible

Don’t be fooled by the size of a Kube MP3 player. This small device is equipped with memory storage expandable up to 32 GB which can accommodate over 80,000 songs. Play time lasts up to 6 hours with built in Lithium polymer battery fully charged in an hour.

NewKube, Kube2, and Kube MP3 players are available in various mobile, music, and electronics shops worldwide.

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