Now, why do I recommend it?
If you take a look at it, it’s made of glossy black material, making it look very stylish. It reminds me of the material used in Nokia N76.
Not too big, not too small. It’s just a little bigger than your regular-sized credit card.
The cheapest one is only P 6,999! Very inexpensive for a feature-rich music player.
Take a look at its features below:
-Available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB flash memory
-Plays a wide-array of music formats
-Has FM Radio
-Supports voice recording
-Can view photos
-Has built-in organizer
-Plug and Play – so you can just drag and drop your music files just like in your flash disk
BEST of all: Has an SD Memory Card slot, so you can upgrade your memory anytime, anywhere.
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hi sir/maam, pls add me in your links list. I already added you and contacted you long time ago. but no respinse. Pls add me here. thank you so much and God Bless!!!
i’m a sir. anyway, i’ll add you up this weekend. thanks.
Pareng chris ok yan ah? Nakabili ka na? Anyways if you have the extra money, you can go for the ipod touch, I’m enjoying mine sobra. Not only is it an mp3/video player/picture viewer, pwede pa sya magamit pag internet and if you jailbreak it, pwede ka makahanap ng good apps and games for it, more of like an all in one entertainment device… And it’s not that big to boot, actually mejo handy din sya kasi kasing laki ng classic ipods pero kasing nipis lang ng nano. Scratch proof yung harap so you don’t have to worry para sa harap nya, you can use it in it’s naked glory, ganda! Haha parang nag-advertise na eh no, it’s just that I’m so much in love sa touch and you will be too! Bonus na lang yung very easy and user friendly na user interface nya! Anyways, your site still rocks! feature ka naman more on clothing kasi di na ko updated ngayon bakasyon na tambay mode lang! Haha! Ingats bro! =D
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