Tuesday, March 11, 2008

10 years old - the first reproducer MP3

Proud they must be those that they even have in its closets, kept under tons of old gadgets, the first reproducer MP3 of the world, the MPMan F10 created by Eiger Labs, because it is already history.

10 years of the launching of this first reproducer are marked, with an internal memory of 32MB, compatible with songs codified to 128kbps, a size of 91×70x165,5 millimetres and a battery that a barbarism weighed. Later several important reproducers arrived, like the Rio or Compaq, but where everything exploded was in 2001 with the launching of iPod, that small jewel that the musical industry has changed completely.

Buy from Amazon - Ipod Touch 16GB (Black)
Buy from Amazon - Archos 605 Wi-Fi 160 GB
Buy from Amazon - Creative Zen 16 GB (Black)
Buy from Amazon - Zune 80GB (Black)

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