The best MP3 player built with Lego. The Lego MP3 player might be suitable for ages 5 years or older, but something tells me the only people that will be buying this gadget are the 30 somethings that grew up stacking these multicolored blocks. If you want a traditional walkman, compare this with our Sony MWZ-W236 walkman review.
The player sports 2GB of storage, an 8 hour rechargeable battery, LCD screen and a mini USB input. The best part, though, is that it’s made from actual Lego pieces so you can perch it atop any preexisting Lego structure. If you’re trying to decide where you want to get your streaming music, take a look at our iTunes vs VUDU comparison.
ThinkGeek has it on sale for $40.
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