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Baylis Revolution

Baylis Revolution

Baylis Revolution

Baylis Revolution

Baylis Revolution

Baylis Revolution

Baylis Revolution

Baylis Revolution

Baylis Revolution

If having a hand crank wasn't odd enough, the Baylis Revolution is also unusually thick. Luckily all that room allows space for a large battery capable of 48 hours of audio playback.
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The Baylis Revolution includes a relatively intuitive interface, with a four-way navigation pad and an attractive hierarchical menu system.
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The Baylis Revolution comes with tons of accessories, including in-ear headphones, retractable USB cables, charging adapters (including a Nokia cell phone adapter), and a lanyard.
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The Baylis Revolution's navigation pad uses an offset center button for no apparent reason (style, perhaps?). The offset design doesn't interfere for operation, but it does look a little odd.
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Run out of juice? Recharge the Baylis Revolution the old fashioned way: human power.
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If it weren't for the color screen, we'd swear the thick, black box we're holding was a retro cassette Walkman. Fortunately, despite its bulky dimensions, the Baylis Revolution is much more useful than an old tape deck.
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Is that a brick in your pocket, or do you just have a ridiculously bulky MP3 player? The Baylis Revolution is better suited for the backpack than the pocket.
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The left edge of the Baylis Revolution includes an SD slot (up to 4GB supported), USB 2.0 port, and a 3.5mm line input jack.
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The top of the Baylis Revolution includes a headphone jack, power/hold switch, microphone, and an LED flashlight.
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