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Sanyo delivers new portable music jukebox

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  1. John Archer

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    <img src="http://www.avforums.com/news/images/20051007183712.jpg" align="right">Following is the press information from Sanyo on a new portable music player…</p><P>”SANYO is moving into the hugely successful portable music player market - with the launch of the slim-line pocket sized HDP-M3000.</p><P>With its 6GB hard drive and a rechargeable battery giving 12 hours of playback, this stylish silver device allows the user to carry their favorite music tracks with them giving enough storage space for up to 1,500 individual tracks*.</P><P>With its handy folder facility you can create up to 256 separate album folders and sort your tracks by artist, album name of music genre.</p><P>The SANYO HDP-M3000 is small enough to take anywhere, measuring just 9 x 5 x 2cm (approx.) and weighing in at only 87grams. A full dot matrix LCD display with ID3-tag clearly provides information such as what track is now playing, which volume setting is chosen, which directory the song is chosen from and how much of the track has been played. </P><P>The sleek design is uninterrupted by the easy to use function buttons - the product is operated via a central large circular button which sits neatly underneath the LCD screen, allowing the user to see clearly which functions are being selected.</p><P>MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) playback is supported and download your music tracks confident in the knowledge that the M3000 supports DRM or Digital Rights Management. </p><P><b>Key features</b><br>* Built-in 1"6GB HDD<br>* MP3 / WMA playback<br>* DRM (Digital Rights Management) support<br>* Full dot matrix LCD<br>* Use as removable data storage<br>* ID3-Tag display<br>* Rechargeable Li-ion battery (12 hours playback)<br>* Terminal: USB, headphones, microphone<br>* OS: Windows 2000, Me</p><P>* Comes with: XPAC adaptor, stereo headphones, external Stereo Microphone, USB Cable and CD-Rom</p><P>* Playback time based on 4 minutes per song at 128kbps
     

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