TrekStor i.Beat Organix 1 GB MP3 Player (Gold)
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- World's most expensive MP3 player; cast in 750 gold (18 karat) with 63 diamonds (1 karat)
- Large 1 GB memory holds loads of tunes (MP3, WMA, WAV, ASF, and OGG formats)
- 2-color OLED screen displays ID3 tags, FM radio station info, and equalizer visualization
- Designed with two headphone jacks for sharing music with a friend; line-in recording
- SRS WOW surround sound; measures 2.95 x 1.26 x 0.63 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty
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Trekstor's outstanding features of the i.Beat organix include its particularly durable rechargeable battery (up to 25 hours operating time), an organic extremely sharp OLED display, a second headphone jack and recording functions as a dictation machine and through the integrated line-in jack. Further distinguishing characteristics of the i.Beat organix are a 5x equalizer and SRS surround sound giving the player crystal clear sound quality. Another high quality component included in the deliverables is a set of Sennheiser headphone. The compact, multi-talented gadget (75 x 32 x 16mm) is fitted with a powerful lithium polymer rechargeable battery which is charged via a high-speed USB 2.0 interface. The i.Beat organix also comes with a USB connector cable and concise user manual. The casing of the organix is cast in 750 gold (18 karat) and adorned with 63 diamonds (one-karat). The player is also embellished with a small chain that includes aquamarine gems. The Trekstor "i.Beat organix Gold" can be custom made at an addional cost. As a special highlight, customers can have their own, or someone else's, name engraved in gold.
The TrekStor i.Beat organix Gold MP3 Player is built for every person who loves digital music. Okay, scratch that, this MP3 player is built for every millionaire who loves digital music. TrekStor received a special order from Russian-Canadian billionaire and owner of the Midland Formula 1 team, Alex Shnaider, to develop the world's most expensive MP3 player. What you're looking at is TrekStor's answer to the order. This unique, custom-made device is based on TrekStor's widely successful, award-winning i.Beat organix, but with a little extra bling.
What makes the Gold the most expensive MP3 player in the world? Gold, of course. Oh yes, and diamonds. The casing of the organix Gold is cast in 750 gold (18 karat) and it is adorned with 63 diamonds (one-karat). No MP3 player is complete without being wearable, so TrekStor embellished this player with a small chain that includes beautiful aquamarine gems. Jewelers Wenthe in Mannheim, Germany put over 100 hours of painstaking handiwork into this exquisite gadget.
If you're going to drop 20 big ones on an 18-karat gold, jewel-encrusted MP3 player, the device better sound as good as it looks. Luckily, TrekStor is at the top of the MP3-player game. This device features a beefy 1 GB memory to hold all your favorite tunes. It can playback MP3, WMA, WAV, ASF, and OGG file formats, and it even supports WMA-DRM9 (DRM-protected files). TrekStor built this MP3 player for two, offering a pair of headphone jacks that let you share your tunes with a friend as you're whisked away on your private jet. The organix Gold is also equipped with a stereo FM radio and an integrated voice recorder (MP3 format) for taking audio notes. You can even use your organix Gold as a mobile data storage device with data transfer via the USB connection.
TrekStor makes folder navigation a breeze, so it is easy to organize and locate your favorite tunes or recordings. The extremely sharp, two-color OLED screen displays ID3 tag information for your tracks, FM radio station information (up to 16 presets), and equalizer visualization (11 presets, and one custom equalizer). Now, if you're a jet-setter, preset radio stations may not help you as you zip across time zones. Don't fret, TrekStor has you covered with a built-in station search that will hone in on the strongest stations as you cross the nation.
Other features include line-in recording (MP3 format), SRS WOW surround sound, hi-speed USB 2.0 compatibility (backward-compatible to USB 1.1), and digital clock/alarm/stopwatch functions. The organix Gold is powered by a Lithium-polymer battery that is charged via the USB cable, and delivers a maximum operating time of 25 hours.
What's in the Box
Trekstor i.Beat organix Gold MP3 player, Sennheiser earphones, USB 2.0 cable, line-in cable, software CD, and quick guide.
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For $20K, I would expect at least 20GB of flash memory, a color LED display overlaid with sapphire crystal, magnesium alloy casing, a bullet proof carrying case (so the lucky owner when wearing this next to his/her heart, he/she will at least have some peace of mind), a user replaceable rechargeable battery that lasts at least 100 hours without needing to recharge, and throw in some real diamonds embedded on a detacheable plate (just like some car stereos where you can take the stereos with you when you leave your car parked).
If TrekStor makes something like this, then I'm sure there is a market for it.
On a slightly different topic, has anyone found a duplicate of the million dollar bra that Beyonce owns? I am a cross-dresser and would surely like to snag one of those if I could. I will give 15 gold pieces, and one shiny gold bar to the person who can obtain this information.
Anywho, there's a lot of starving childrens that live around the globe, but they need to manufacture a boat and row to America like the rest of us. Don't let your concious or preferences get in the way of your decision. Everyone should own a diamond plated house, mp3, lampshade, or penis enlargerer, so get to work ladies and gentlemen. And when you come to ask yourself the question, "But can I afford it?", answer yourself with an american astounding, "Of course, I'm worth it!"
Another benefit that I found is that when you start thinking like a billionaire you actually become one!!!! I bought this a month ago and not 4 days later i bought my 3rd mansion in the Balkan islands!!!! I highly recommend this to all my country club member friends, and even to Pedro and billy who mow the lawn on our golf course.
Amazing price!!! well worth it.
Why buy a car, or put a down payment on a house when you could own a GOLD TREKSTOR MP3 PLAYER????!!!!!
Oh yeah and it looks nice too.
although i cannot see myself owning one, because one i cannot afford one, and two it doesn't look that attractive to me, i do really like to see a report on how many units of this mp3 players were actually sold.
even better the percentages of people who actually bought this item after viewing it? amazon has a list for this, and so far it has yet to crack the list. the funny thing is that many who viewed this item actually bought a mp3 player afterward, so does it mean that this item was actually under consideration? how ironic is that 49% of the people who considered or viewed this item wind up buying a 39.99 player?
come think of it, for this kind of money, i really would expect something larger than 1gb, but then i can always order it and play it around for a few days and return it for a refund.
Of course in Rhodium it would have to be at least a 10 gigger with a calfskin Coach cover to boot.
Pass the absinthe and hitch up the reindeers I am outta' here.
That's another thing, IT'S NOT EVEN PRETTY!!, if you wanted to make something so ridiculous, at least you should have hired a good jewelery designer and bought a bigger hard drive. I hope whoever buys this, gives something to the needy.