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"Music makes the people come together." So sang Madonna in her ravetastic hit, er, Music. And how right she was because we all love listening to a good old toe-tapper. But these days there are almost as many playing devices as there are types of music, especially in the ever-expanding MP3 market. For this reason, we select the MP3 players that we sell with great care. After all, we'd hate to hear of a Firebox fan listening to his/her favourite choons on a substandard machine. But quite frankly there's about as much chance of that happening as there is of Peter Andre joining Led Zeppelin for a support slot with Steps. Especially when it comes to the superb I-Fire.
This nifty multifunctional MP3 player sounds as good as it looks, and boasts a hefty bundle of ingenious features - incredible when you consider its diminutive dimensions. As well as supporting MP3 and WMA file formats, the I-Fire also contains an FM radio with 20 presets. And is if that weren't enough it's a handy voice recorder too. So now you can listen to your own tunes, surf the radio waves and record memos with one funky palm-sized device.
Customisable and upgradeable!
Clearly the clever designers of the I-Fire recognise that music lovers are fickle followers of fashion. For this reason, five interchangeable faceplates are included Â– one for each day of the working week. Rival players might hold more music but we've yet to see one that looks this chic for under £70. But it's not all about looks: the I-Fire sounds absolutely amazing too Â– a vital asset to any music producing pipsqueak (Lord Hightrousers of Cowell take note).
Upgrade memory with SD Cards
There really is no end to the I-Fire's talent, as it also features a backlit display, 5-preset digital EQ/DSP, mass storage capability Â– the list goes on and on.
There's even an SD memory card slot to allow you to expand the memory on your I-Fire if the hunky 128MB of onboard memory isn't enough for you. Although bear in mind that 128MB should be good for around 2 hours of high quality MP3/WMA files - or up to 4 hours of lower quality tunes.
If you're looking to get into the awesomely entertaining world of portable digital music without spending a fortune, look no further than the I-Fire. It's music to the ears - and much, much more!
We sell SD Cards with which you can upgrade the memory on your I-Fire. Or, if you buy an I-Fire and SD Card bundle you can save £10 on the usual cost.