Casio Wrist mp3 player

Wrist Audio Player is the world's first wrist-type wearable MP3 format file player. You can use your computer to download MP3 format files from authorized sites on the Internet, or you can use commercially available MP3 file creation software to create MP3 files from your favorite music CDs. MP3 files can then be downloaded to the Wrist Audio Player for listening over the included stereo earphones.
It can play up to 33 minutes at CD Quality, 44 minutes at near CD quality and 66 minutes of FM broadcast-level quality.
Up to 4 hours of use and about 4 hours to re-charge.
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Casio Wrist mp3 player

wot a piece of crap. only 4 hrs before ya have to recharge. and then it takes 4 hrs to recharge. a watch should tell the time, not play MP3s. They should make atomic watches, so they are really accurate, not crappy pieces of **** that costs as much as a decent MP3 player like the Nomad 2 from Creative.

Casio Wrist mp3 player

Apparently you Yuppie know it all's can't appretiate the advancements in new technology. While MP3's and their players have been out for a long time(well, long time in computer years) what needs to be understood that this is the first of its kind. This MP3 Player sits on your wrist and plays music 4 hours worth. This is perfect for situations that you couldnt usually haul a cassette-like MP3 player around. If your at work or in class, there a lot easier to conceal. While, YES, i agree 4 hours is short, but this is only the first of it's kind. If i do recall correctly, Diamond's first MP3 player used the SERIAL port to communicate with the computer, at least this uses USB. $250 is a high price, but just as anything else in the electronic world, another company(or the same) will come up with something better and prices will drop. The main thing is this, This is a first generation of this kind, it will only get better(or no one will buy it and it will fade), either way first generation products are usually just a way of getting their foot into the door of the electronics world. Where would the industry be now if we judged AMD on what they could do by looking at their K-5PR chips or INTEL's Pentium 60 and 66 MHZ CPU's. It can only get better.

Casio Wrist mp3 player

Right on Blades!!! I think you have an excellent point. People need to give some credit at least for the Idea. Doesnt mean i'll buy one. But like you said, It can only get better!!!

Casio Wrist mp3 player

Blades is exactly rite on with this one. It truly would be a great thing for in class to have considering all the times my techers have taking my Rio away. The best thing about it, is that it is very small. Also walking around with it on your wrist my look kinda silly but you can also just put it in your pocket if you want to. All in all though I think that i'll stick with my Rio for now.

Casio Wrist mp3 player

Pesonally i think that this MP3 watch is a waste of money. 4 hours playback time! And the damn thing looks like something only a "tard" would where.P.S. - I have no problems nor am I trying to make fun of "tards".

Casio Wrist mp3 player

Well done Casio! I like companies taking a chance in today's world and releasing something new. I'd buy it! The only problem is the headphones. Imagine tying your shoelaces or even walking with the cord getting in the way. I think the next move is to make the headphones cordless!

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