Some things just belong together: peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti and meatballs, Sonny and Cher, and itís always a wonder when two seemingly obvious things finally pair up and leave you thinking, ďWhy didnít I think of that?Ē The latest example of that in technology is Pioneer's xMP3 player. Keep reading to find out why.
Pioneer'sxMP3 player is the perfect illustration of when technologies collide: Pioneer Electronics and XM Satellite Radio have teamed up and integrated satellite radio services into an MP3 player. If thatís not impressive enough, the device is also smaller and lighter than previous models and features a microSD slot, new recording features and as its name suggests, it also handles MP3s and unprotected WMA files.
The XMP3 is well crafted, good looking, compact and easy to operate, but it isnít without its flaws. For example, the deviceís screen has no video or photo display capabilities, and many have been complaining of its spotty reception, especially indoors. If youíre an XM subscriber or interested in exploring satellite radio,Pioneerís XMP3is something you should definitely consider. As for the rest of us, is the device really worth its $279.99 price tag? Letís take a look to find out.
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