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Photos: Baylis Revolution wind-up MP3 player

The Baylis Revolution is a wind-up MP3 player that features video playback, a photo viewer, an FM radio, a voice recorder, a line input recorder, a text reader, expandable memory, and a flashlight. You can even use it to charge your cell phone.

9 Images By December 17, 2008

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Baylis wind-up MP3 player is no joke

CNET's Donald Bell reviews the Baylis Revolution wind-up MP3 player.

By December 18, 2008

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Convert your cassettes to iPhone MP3s

Not only does this device allow you to listen to cassettes on your iDevice, it also allows you to convert the music to MP3.

By September 9, 2012

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Sony Walkman Sports MP3 player NWZ-W270

The new 'wire-free' Walkman sports a lighter, improved design and better waterproofing. It's set to ship in March for $99.99.

By January 7, 2013

MSRP: $99.99

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The outer limits: the Cowon Plenue 1 music player

The Cowon Plenue 1 is a strong contender for best-sounding portable high-resolution music player.

By October 25, 2014

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Sony's tiny high-resolution audio player might be the next big thing

It's called the Walkman NWZ-A17, and this wafer-thin player has a lot going for it, says the Audiophiliac.

By October 11, 2014

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Sony's new Walkman MP3 headphones add Bluetooth (hands-on)

The tunes don't have to stop when you've left your phone at home. We show you Sony's new Walkman with a built-in MP3 player, which will also work in the shower.

By September 5, 2014

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RIP iPod

The now-dead iPod Classic put Apple on top of the tech world, and paved the way for bigger, brighter things. Here's our tribute to a tech icon.

By September 22, 2014

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The debt we owe the iPod

The now-dead iPod Classic put Apple on top of the tech world, and paved the way for bigger, brighter things. Here's our tribute to a tech icon.

By September 22, 2014

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Apple says a silent goodbye to iPod classic

The standalone MP3 player -- which reimagined markets for phones, tablets, and, now, watches -- takes its bow.

By September 9, 2014