Electronics companies are spending a lot of time and money trying to squeeze solar panels onto cell phones and MP3 players. But why, when decades old technology could keep your gadgets running with nothing more than the muscles in your arm.
Trevor Baylis, inventor of the original wind up radio has come up with a media player that also charges mobile phones and has a built-in flashlight. It plays mp3, wma, asf, wav, and mp4 files, and has a built in FM radio plus an analog recorder, and a photo-viewer too. If you have the stamina you can wind it for 20 hours' worth of playback. The Eco-Media Player gives you about 40 minutes of use for each minute of cranking. For those of us who can't spare a minute to crank, it also has a standard USB charge connector and computer interface.
You can store a lot of media and data onto the 2gb internal
memory. The Eco-Media Player is expandable with plug in SD cards.
-Pull String Power-
-YoYo MP3 Player-
-MP3's for the Earth!-
The Manufacturer's Specs:
Dual power system
Internal Lithium Ion battery can be recharged fully via PC/Laptop USB port, or internal ECO-Dynamo system which provides approx 40 minutes audio play time for each 1 minute of winding.
Max Play Time: 20 Hours.
Emergency charge for popular mobile phones.
Super bright LED
Audio stereo system
Super Hi-Fi audio reproduction of:- mp3, wma, asf, wav.
Stereo Line-In digital recording of external analogue devices such as tape decks, record players*, other audio sources. Encodes to MP3. Selectable recording quality 64k, 128k, 192k bits / sec.
Plays movies in full color and with excellent audio reproduction.
FM stereo radio
Super on-chip PLL FM radio with digital precision tuning.
written by ABHY, August 16, 2007
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