TrekStor has received an order from Russian-Canadian billionaire and owner of the Midland Formula 1 team, Alex Shnaider, to develop the world’s most expensive MP3 player. This unique, custom-made device was created based on TrekStor’s i.Beat organix, winner of 14 accolades.
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. Jewelers Wenthe in Mannheim/Germany (www.einszweidreigold.de) put over 100 hours of pains-taking handiwork into the exquisite gadget.
The world’s most expensive MP3 player is now exhibited in public at the TrekStor stand at A61 in Hall 1 until the end of this year’s CeBIT.
Features – i.Beat organix gold
Playable file formats: MP3, WMA, WAV, ASF, OGG
Integrated stereo FM radio (optional)
2 headphone jacks
Integrated voice recorder (MP3)
Extremely sharp 2-colour OLED display
Direct recording from the radio (as an MP3 file) (optional)
Line-in recording (MP3)
Supports WMA-DRM9 (supports DRM-protected files)
16 station presets / automatic station search (optional)
ID3 tag display
Maximum operating time of 25 hours
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 (downward-compatible to USB 1.1)
Lithium-polymer battery (charged via the USB)
SRS WOW – Surround Sound
11 equalizers + user equalizer
Digital clock, alarm function, stopwatch
Mobile data storage device (“USB Mass Storage Device”)
German and English user guide
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