How to choose your flash MP3 player

Flash memory players are relatively cheap and often tiny. They are hard to break, but the storage is limited and normally you cannot see photos or films. Before buying, make up your mind on the follwing criteria: Storage (1 Gigybyte corresponds to 1000 minutes of music), display, compatibility with formats other than mp3 (important for clients of apple itunes or audible audiobooks),  simplicity to use and the need to install extra software. The alternative is a hard disk player. Find thousands of Flash-MP3 players at at affordabe prices. Click here to find out more about hard disk players.

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