Shrinking MP3 players get cheaper

'Kana' is 1 by 3 inches for $52

Akihabara News

They haven't quite gotten as minuscule as SNL's fabled "Invisa," but MP3 players are clearly getting smaller all the time . And if the "Kana" from Japan's Green-House is any indication, their prices may begin to match the size. This 1GB player measures a little over 1 by 3 inches and weighs less than an ounce, selling for about $52, according to Akihabara News. For now, though, it's not invisible.

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