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Hi, I'm Natali Morris with CNET.
You're watching our coverage of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show and I'm giving you a first look of the Uwater G2.
This is an underwater MP3 player and I'm told it's the smallest in the world.
So this is submersible and waterproof, up to 3 meters or 10 feet.
It comes with this little twist & lock headphones, so it actually twists in
and locks in place so no water goes in there and there is no corrosion either.
It comes with an extension cord, so if you want to wear it on your waist, see clip it to your Speedo or whatever, then you can make this a little bit longer.
But if you need it to be shorter that you just put it on your bathing suit up here, then it's gonna go straight into your ears.
Now, if you wanted this to float, for some reason, see you are canoeing, you could put on this little floaty, it's like a life-preserver for your MP3, which is super cute.
So you just slide this in like this and then screw your headphones in and it stays in place, and it will float on its own, so I'm gonna drop it in this water bowl and we'll put it to the test here.
Here we go.
Anchors away and it'll just float along with you wherever you go.
Now this comes in 2.4 and 8gig versions.
They start at $59; they go up to $79 and then $99.
Again, this is the Uwater
I'm Natali Morris with CNET.
You've just taken a first look at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show.
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