Crank Up a MP3 Player With a 1-Minute Wind Up

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For someone that hasn’t had to roll up a car window in the longest time, this EcoMedia Player jolts us back into the old days. With a quick 1-minute arm windup, this MP3 player can last up to 40 minutes of music play.

Without using any battery power, the player can also play videos (asv/mpeg5 format) on a bright 1.8-inch full color LCD screen, tune into FM radio stations, read ebooks and view photos with a slide-show functionality. The 2BG internal memory Media player also has quite a bit of features including, a built in microphone to record voice memos, it can double as a cell phone charger for most mobile phones and it can be seen as an external disk drive without requiring any drivers.

Although the Eco Media Player primarily runs on windup power, it does have an Internal Lithium Ion battery option that can be recharged via a USB port or winding the mechanism itself. You will get a maximum play time of 20 hours per charge.

The Media Player costs approximately $340 US- but savings could add up over time on the amount of electricity saved and of course, the perk of never having to find a plug-in source for electricity could have its benefits.

Source via Eco Media


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