Yes, You Can Still Buy an MP3 Player. And For Under $20.

G.G. Martinson MP3 Player
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* Portable MP3 player with 3.5mm jack port
* Can also be used as an E-book reader, music player, photo viewer and more
* Available in four vibrant colors

Before iTunes, iPods and even the Zune, there were MP3 players. Some were as little as a thumb drive, while others were as bulky as billfolds. And while modern smartphones offer all the amenities (and more) of modern music devices, there’s still something to be said about owning a stand-alone MP3 player.

The G.G. Martinson helps to recapture that magic that once was with their new 16GB line. Available in four vibrant and fun colors, the G.G. Martinson is compatible with both MP3 and MP4 formats and can also be used as an E-book reader, music player, photo viewer and more.

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A super vibrant LCD screen and easily navigable buttons make it easier to scroll through your music playlists, and a built-in seven sound equalizer helps you tune your tunes based on the specific genre (rock, opera, classical, soft, jazz, heavy bass). It even includes a built-in mic lets you record your own audio.

USB compatible, you can sync your favorite songs and take ‘em on the go. Measuring roughly four inches long, it’s small enough to fit in most pockets, purses and bags. A generous one-year warranty also helps cover your purchase in case something happens. And if all that wasn’t enough, the G.G is also under $20.


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