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Monday, February 28, 2005
Teac MP-200 MP3 Player

2. Retail Package

Teac MP-200 MP3 Player

Retail Package

- Package


This is what you will receive, should you decide to buy the Teac MP-200 MP3 Player. Let's open the package and see what's inside:


The package contains:

- Teac MP-200 MP3Player
- USB connection cable
- Line-in cable
- Stereo earphones
- Remote control
- Neck strap
- Carrying pouch
- CD driver disk
- User manual
- 1 AAA Battery

Opening the box and taking out the Teac MP-200 MP3 Player, the first thing you notice is its size. It is very compact, is smaller in length and width than a credit card and is shaped like a cigarette lighter! Something that will easily fit in a pocket. Despite its size, it looks very sturdy and solid. It uses one AAA size battery, and its total weight is around 35 grams, very light indeed.


Also included is a pair of in-ear headphones. Their quality is quite good, and they produce a good sound. There is a clip-on remote control as well, that enables you to control the functions of the MP-200 while it safely sits inside your pocket.


Also included in the package is one AAA size battery, a USB connection cable, line-in cable, a carrying pouch and the drivers CD. As we mentioned in the beginning, no drivers are needed to access the player's memory, as it is recognized as a removable disk by Windows 2000/XP and any other operating system that supports this functionality. For older versions of Windows, such as Windows 98, the driver CD is needed in order to be able to access the player's memory. The device is assigned a drive letter (just like a flash disk) with a capacity of 256 MB (or 512MB/1GB depending on your model), that you can use to transfer music or store files, easily and transparently using Windows explorer or a similar file management utility.




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