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D'Cube MP3 Player Necklace: Love It or Leave It?

D'Cube MP3 Player Necklace: Love It or Leave It?

There are those who like geeky jewelry pieces like this pink iPod pendant that look pretty and show off your geekiness, but don't really serve a purpose. And then there are those who want wearable pieces of technology that actually come in handy like the Active Crystal flash drives by Philips. Well the latest piece of geeky jewelry to add to the mix is this MP3 player necklace by D'Cube.

Featured on PMP Today, this straight from Korea player includes a 1.3-inch LCD screen, a built-in FM tuner and it can play various file types. Stay tuned for availability but so far so good as prices range from $77 for the 2GB and $97 for the 4GB. What do you think? Stick with your regular player, or mix it up with something like this?

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pinkmystic pinkmystic 7 years
leave it... isn't cute enough to be mistaken as a necklace
ranksubjugation ranksubjugation 7 years
Great point, BABBY! Instead of making mp3 player that (supposedly) can be used as jewelry, why not make hot jewelry that just happens to play mp3s?
BABBY BABBY 7 years
If it looked more like a necklace and less like an mp3 player I'd have loved it. But this just looks like wearing your mp3 player round your neck
ranksubjugation ranksubjugation 7 years
I don't think I'd wear it as a necklace, but I'd consider it if the sound quality and final price can compete with the sansa clip. I KNOW everyone loves the good old iPod, but I think it's good that other companies can offer cheaper, non-fugly alternatives.
nikki_ nikki_ 7 years
I don't like it, I'll stick with my iPod..
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 7 years
How about no.
ikimashokie ikimashokie 7 years
A few years ago, MobiBlu made this awesome cube player. If I actually carried around a music player, I'd have bought one. I figure I've spent 300 on an iPod that rarely sees the light of day, no point in spending another 80 on something that won't ever leave my house.
Matdredalia Matdredalia 7 years
It's cool, but I wouldn't trade in my 30 gigabyte iPod for one. Not to mention, I would be afraid of the cord breaking and it falling or some such.
Jane26 Jane26 7 years
it sort of reminds me of a first generation iPod shuffle. but uglier
LOVErickii LOVErickii 7 years
not for me.
herfallingstar herfallingstar 7 years
The necklace I like. This...kind of pointless?
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
yea - that's really not my style - i could leave it.
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