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theKube2 is the World’s Smallest Touch Enabled MP3 Player

on August 16, 2012 8:00 am

Is there still a market for stand alone MP3 players when so many of us have smart phones and other devices with that capability already built in? I think so because I still use my iPod Classic because my iPhone can’t hold my entire music library. TheKube2 can hold way more tunes than my iPhone and it’s about the size of a small ice cube. TheKube2’s aluminum body┬ámeasures in at just one cubed inch. Size isn’t the only thing that makes TheKube2 unique though. The other unique feature of this MP3 player is it’s touch surface for audio navigation and control. Swipe gestures can be used to raise and lower the volume and move forwards and backwards through music tracks. Music is stored on a microSD card and the player can also be customized with skins.┬áTheKube2 MP3 Player has a battery life of six hours of continuous playback from a single hour USB charge.┬áTheKube2 is available for $45 at


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    RainyDayInterns says:

    Kind of like the MobiBlu from 2005:

    The difference is the touch screen. However, a little uncomfortable to carry in a pocket, but kind of cool hooked up to the car stereo (see pic at the bottom of the article) :-)

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    Julie says:

    @Rainy the MobiBlu is exactly what I thought of too. I think I even still have one of them… :)

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    Jackie Cheng says:

    Had the MobiBlu when it first came out. Was the coolest thing ever!!

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