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D-Link Portable MP3 compatible CD player - D-Link Portable MP3 compatible CD player
Sat Feb 10, 2001 | 1:17P| PermaLink
MP3 CD players are a semi-new idea, but they sure have made a strong showing in the holiday market this year. Just a few months ago the Genica mp3/cd player was introduced and set the ball rolling for mp3/cd players. The most tempting feature of this type of mp3 player is obviously the availability and cost of the storage medium, the CDR. CDR's have been and continue to drop in price. CDR's can be had for $0.10 to $0.30 when purchased in spindles or 50 or more. The portable CD audio market has thrived in recent years, so the underlying technology behind the mp3/cd player is already well tried and tested. Philips is perhaps the most well known audio company to have released a portable MP3 player, but many more will follow. Sony and other top audio brands are on the horizon as well. As I will discuss later in my review, MP3/CD players are great, but they are not perfect. In fact, they are far from perfection. In today's review, I will take a look at one of the newest MP3/CD players to hit the market, the D-Link DMP-CD100. I will also compare the D-Link player to the Philips Expanium, which I have had the opportunity to test as well. The pricing for the DMP-CD100 is $159 strait from D-Link, or around $115 to $120 from other online retailers.

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