USB Flash Card MP3 Player Won't Get Lost in the Shuffle

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Cheap MP3 players are getting so small you could lose them in your pocket, but here's one that's a little easier to handle, the $42 USB Flash Card MP3 Player from Brando that doubles as a mass storage device. It weighs less than an ounce, holds two gigs of your favorite music, and hey, it looks like it has water droplets all over it. Don't like those? Brando can help you put your own logo or whatever you want on those cards (for a probably-high price), and then you can give them out to everyone you know as generous schwag. Send us one, and we'll toss it around a bit because we're, ya know, assholes. [Brando]

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kaisermachead
kaisermachead

@Spaceboy: I only buy the HD-based models, so I guess it's pointless to have an SD card for these. SanDisk is actually a pretty big seller and is expandable, though not as big as nanos. I'm willing to bet that most people just don't care, or just don't know about the expandable memory option.