||MP3 players are the latest rage and i2go has just made a prominent name for itself in the marketplace with the introduction of its new eGo player.
This funky, new MP3 player comes in a variety of colors to choose.
While some people may be unsure of its uses, this original player is one of the most unique of its kind.
Whether you decide to connect the eGo into the PC using the USB cable or bringing it along in the car for a road trip, the eGo is the ideal travel companion.
With just a few quick clicks, you may download audio music, news or even weather announcements directly from the i2go.com Web site. Of course, there is always
Napster.com for the free music downloads!
One of the best features of the i2go unit is its durability. It is not a small, light version like many of its competitors but rather, it is somewhat larger than the rest yet features flashy lights and unique colors.
All of the operations are quite fast and easy to use. The instruction booklet makes its use distinguishable.
Choose among various portable players ranging from 32 meg to 340 meg. Prices start at $189 for the basic unit.
The Myaudio2go.com Web site, in connection with i2go, offers numerous downloads from news, weather and financial information to the latest in entertainment, sports and music.
The eGo is the first MP3 player designed for the car. You may even set up a selected email account through the use of the MP3agent software to convert text to audio so emails may be read aloud on a particular synthesized voice selection. The eGo then allows you to record a response to a message or email and then send the message as an MP3 attachment via your PC. This is the perfect solution to the busy traveler.
It comes complete with a cigarette adapter, mounting brackets for a dashboard or windshield and belt clip, headphones and carry sack.
The eGo is ideal for travelers but is somewhat larger than other MP3 players. For more information, visit the i2go.com Web site for more details.
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