TheKube2: A mini-MP3 player hit from Singapore
TheKube2 MP3 player from Singapore is billed as "the world's smallest touch MP3 player in the world." It's plotting a global takeover starting at CES.
The main selling point for the wee little music box is its wee little size. Bluetree Electronics calls it the "smallest touch MP3 player in the world."
You could lose it in the depths of a big pocket. It's so small, a pet rat could use it. A very technically advanced pet rat, that is.
Despite its size, theKube2 is pretty sturdy. The body is made from aluminum so you don't accidentally crush it with your mighty fingers while you're using the touch interface.
Once you get used to where the touch controls are located, theKube2 is pretty intuitive to use. It won't do anything fancy like download apps, build playlists, or make lunch, but it does a good job of just playing music.
TheKube2 comes with a 4GB microSD card, but that can be upgraded to hold more songs. Changeable skins allow for customization. It will be retailing for around $60.
This little MP3 player just might be small enough and unusual enough to justify adding it to a gadget collection for those times when you don't want to hook headphones up to your smartphone.