Saturday, January 5, 2008


From the late 1990s into the early 2000s a host of new formats appeared, including SD/MMC, Memory Stick, xD-Picture Card, and a number of variants and smaller memory cards. Since memory card offer to the public here in the Philippines, everybody only know this for the used of digital cameras, cell phones and mobile computers only.

But flash memory cards have been suggested as a possible replacement for the hard disk in Mp3 players, although USB flash memory drives, which work on almost any computer with a USB port, have been filling this role instead.

This is the new light pink colored MP3 player DN-2000 from Evergreen Corporation is for the woman on the move. The player comes with no built-in memory, instead requires you to purchase one SD memory card separately (up to 1GB support). The card serves as the player's storage for MP3 music files. This basic MP3 player doesn’t have display or other frills found in expensive models. The slim, pocket-sized MP3 player runs for up to 5 hours on an AAA battery. Measuring 58×60×13mm (vertical x side x thickness), the player weighs 30g (without cell) and is available for 999 Yen approximately.

And this usb hosting & memory card slot (not included memory card)

support:sd,mmc,ms flash cards(17 in 1) support mp4,mp3,wma ,jpeg ,divx files

support 32 kinds subtitle&8 kinds osd language band preset equalizer (rock,classic,pop ,flat) 24bit /192khz high performance audio dac, pal,ntsc,auto system, 1 x TV card reader, 1 x remote control, 1 x AV cable


rosette said...

can you suggest where can i buy cheap but good quality memory cards/usb drives?

csseyah said...

if you really want a cheap and good quality memory card or usb drives? better to go in gilmore where known as Tech corner in Quezon City.

or i could suggest also to buy in CDR-KING store :)