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Insignia Pilot is priced to sell

Get an 8GB MP3 player with nearly every feature in the book for just $150.


You gotta love flash memory for MP3 players right now: it's dirt cheap. I'm in the midst of reviewing the Insignia Pilot, Best Buy's latest portable media device, and I discovered that the company's Web site is selling the 8GB version for just $150--that's a pretty freakin' sweet deal, if you ask me. The player features built-in stereo Bluetooth, an SD card expansion slot for adding more memory, an FM radio, recording features, dual headphone jacks, Rhapsody DNA integration, Windows and Mac compatibility...not to mention compatibility with MP3, WMA, WMA Lossless, WMA DRM, WMA Pro, OGG, WAV, and Audible. Um, I'm pretty sure my jaw just hit the floor. Not that it's perfect--the sound quality is about average, for example--but I don't know where you can find a better value at this moment. (If you do, feel free to share in the comments.)