Remember that semi-indestructible MP3 player called the Monolith MX7000 that we featured back in December? Well, its back and sporting a larger 1GB and 2GB capacity (original size was 512MB.
Notables of the past and present player are the player’s slick aluminum finish and the fact that it could take a bullet – albeit a BB gun bullet – be run over by a car, and hurled against a brick wall and keep on playing. Other features included a 19-hour playback time, line in recording, FM recording, and compatibility with multiple audio encoding formats.
Available here for around $200 and $260 respectively.
Monolith gets 2GB power-up [StuffMag]
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