Android Robot Mini FM Radio and MP3 Player with USB and MicroSD Support

June 28, 2011
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Today we have a little surprise for all you die hard Android fans or collectors of Andy gear. From Marvel Digital we present you with the Android Robot Mini Radio and MP3 Player. Designed just like a Android mini collectibles this has USB support, comes with a 2GB MicroSD card (supports up to 8GB) and has a built in speaker and some pretty nifty controls to keep the design simple and elegant.

This radio, mp3 player, and speaker will work with USB, Micro SD. As well as playing music from a Android phone, PC, Laptop, Tablet, and dare I say it -- iPhone or iPod. If I saw an iPhone using an Android speaker I might just lose it though. We have some videos for you to see it in action as well as some specs and details below.

Features:

-Chromatic flash lights around the neck part, fantastic when used at night.
-FM radio, easy listening to radio, music and news, perfect for students and senior citizens.
-MP3 auto-playback, support for auto playback for inserted TF card, up to 8GB capacity.
-Cute design, google android collectible shape, an awesome decoration alternative at home and in the office.
-Connectable to iphone, ipod, smart phones, cell phones, laptops, PCs, and tablet PCs, standard 3.5mm earphone jack, impressive sound quality, compact and utterly portable.
-Built-in battery, you can charge it by USB slot, a sound standby time, 4 to 5 hours of working time.
-Easy to handle, rotating or pressing the head part.

They claim it has great standby battery life and up to 5 hours of actual playtime. As you can see from the videos below you can pause/play by tapping the head, you twist to change song or FM station and you twist and hold in either direction to turn the volume up/down. It might seem like odd controls but you know it's cute. I'm sure they were trying to keep the original design clean and simple as possible and I think they've achieved that.

They come in both Green or Black and start at $25.00 for the 2GB version and they also offer 4GB ($29.50) or 8GB ($38.50). Check out the videos to better understand the controls and then head down to the source for more details and to buy your very own.


[via Marvel-Digital]


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  • http://beerpla.net Artem Russakovskii

    Cory, we skipped this story because all the units I saw came with a TF card support, not MicroSD. You seem to think it’s MicroSD, however. Can you point me to a unit with MicroSD support?