• Solar powered SunBeat MP3 soaks sun to dole out music on the go

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    Sometimes products with less frills and more practical features are appealing as they are to-the-point. Focusing on being user-friendly as well as earth-friendly, Italian company Kiwie has come up with SunBeat solar powered MP3. This green music player is bound to lure all the eco-music-lovers who need their music players charged up on the go. Solar panels dress up part of this player and provide non-stop juice to keep the tunes rolling. Operating it cannot get any simpler as it turns on by connecting the headset. And simply press the corners to adjust the volume or change the tracks. This compact device also supports the MP3, WMA and U-DISK music formats stored within the player’s 2GB of built-in flash memory. Connect it to your computer via USB 2.0 to transfer files at speeds of up to 480 Mbps. Measuring only 40.3 x 40.3 x10mm, it weighs just 32 grams. At this point the only sad feature is that there is no word on pricing or availability.

    Posted in Topics:Uncategorized, Tags: , on February 6, 2009