With the introduction of the iPod, the MP3 market has become one of the fastest growing industries both online and for retailers
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 23, 2007
Because of its small physical size and large storage capacity, the MP3 player is the must have gadget for athletes, commuters and music and video lovers in general. With its greatness comes complexity, however, and the process of buying and using an MP3 player intimidates some consumers. LifeTips launched MP3Players.LifeTips.com to help readers sift through MP3 player brands, storage capacities, features and accessories.
"With the introduction of the iPod, the MP3 market has become one of the fastest growing industries both online and for retailers," said Byron White, President of LifeTips.com. "We break through the MP3 myths and demystify process of the buying, downloading and sharing MP3 files."
Sample MP3 Players Tip:
- Should You Choose a Larger or Smaller Memory MP3 Player?
"Before selecting the memory size you want for your MP3 player, it makes sense to take a few minutes and decide how you plan to use your player. If you will use it only when working out, and work out for around two hours at a stretch - then a less expensive 256MB MP3 player with roughly four hours worth of music will more than meet your needs.
If you are a true music addict, and want to have your MP3 player in your ear 24-7, then you will want to spring for a more expensive 20-40GB MP3 player.
Video and picture data also consume a great deal of memory, so if you plan to use your player to display either photos or video, it is best to purchase a 20 GB MP3 player at a minimum."
Read more great MP3 Player Tips at MP3Player.LifeTips.com.
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