|Price incl. VAT||£14.84|
|Price excl. VAT||£12.37|
|Possibility to return products within two months||
We introduce a new partner that will reliably play all your favorite music artists and mixes, whether you just anywhere. With its small dimensions and a weight of just 15 grams fits easily anywhere, where he lost to size, definitely lost its usefulness. Plays MP3 and WMA files that can be stored to the internal memory of 4GB, as well as a slot for a micro SD card, and its controls are easily solved using only 4 buttons. Two are used for skipping tracks and two to increase the volume. This transparent control scheme can help, especially in situations where the device will run or ride a bike and there is no time for lengthy search for the touch buttons on your smartphone.
Although the player is really versatile, like a fish in water feels especially equipped supporters of an active lifestyle. It even has a clever clip for attaching to your belt, for example, so it will always stay in place. Playback time is respectable to 6.5 hours, which is more than enough for a longer ride in vehicles, or long walks. Charging is then solved using lithium-polymer batteries with a capacity of 110 mAh.
Slot for micro SD card
Clip to attach
Button for fast forward and rewind, volume adjustment
LED indicating the current function or battery
Rechargeable battery (via USB) with a capacity of 110 mAh
47.5 × 32 × 17 mm
Sencor was founded in 1969 in Japan. The name "Sencor" means "a thousand hearts" in Japanese. The company currently distributes its products in more than 25 countries, with extremely diverse offerings in consumer electronics, tablets and phones, office equipment, electronics, cars, and products for the home and kitchen. Sencor is known for dependable quality and attractive design at a reasonable price.
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