TheKube2 makes a strong bid for being the smallest MP3 player

TheKube2 is a new super mini MP3 player that will debut at CES 2012 next year.

It pretends to be the smallest MP3 player on the market and comes with aluminum materials, touch sensors, a built-in 4 GB microSD card and support for microSD cards with capacities of up to 32 GB. The battery is supposed to last for up to 6 hours during continuous use.

TheKube2

The MP3 player supports different audio formats among which MP3, WAV and WMA. Other specs include DAC Resolution – 18 bits; THD + N – 0.02% SNR – 94dB; Dynamic Range – 100dB; Inter Channel Isolation – 80dB; Inter channel Gain – 0.1dB; Freq Response – 18Hz – 22KHz.

The device is expected to cost around 35 USD.


Source: Techcinema

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