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Super Talent SmartClip Review

gotdamojo06    -   October 18, 2007
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Closer Look: 

The SmartClip MP3 player is extremely small, measuring in at only 45.0mm x 28.0mm x 10.5mm. The front side of the MP3 player has a play/pause button (surrounded by a blue LED light, when powered on), volume up and down buttons (located below the play/pause button) and track forward and previous buttons (located above the play/pause button). Super Talent has used touch panel technology for the volume up and down buttons, as well as the track forward and previous buttons. 

 

 

 

 

On the top of this player there is an earphone jack, as well as the Off/On/Hold slider, which seems to move very well. The bottom of the SmartClip player is where you plug in the USB cable so you can transfer music to it.

 

 

On the backside, Super Talent put a clip that displays the Super Talent logo, so you can easily clip it to your belt, pants, shirt, or any where else you may want to put it.

 

When you want to add music to the SmartClip, you plug the USB cable into your computer, then into the player and you are able to use Windows Explorer to drag and drop the files you wish to add. You are not limited to only putting audio files on the player. You can upload any file you wish to the player, however it will only play files with the MP3, WMA, or WAV file format.

 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
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  3. Specifications & Testing
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