I'm not interested in getting the mp3 player, but on a related note,
has anyone come across a usb smartmedia reader (writing is a bonus)
which works happily with linux? Sandisk have a floppy disk shaped
reader with linux drivers (possibly binary only), which funnily enough
goes into a floppy drive drive. Anyone know if the read/write speed
is equivolent to that of a floppy though?
On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 12:02:53PM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Have any of you used this MP3 player ? It's on special on Scan today for
> UK£55 today including an extra 32M of memory. By the time you add Scan's rip
> off postage (UK£30) and add UK VAT (17.5%) and do currency conversion it
> becomes IR£133 but that still is a good price for a 64MB MP3 player in this
> country. And if a couple of people are interested in a co-buy, the cariage
> gets diluted (2 Pipers = IR£110 each, 3 Pipers = IR£102 each, 4 Pipers gets
> it down below the magic IR£100 (IR£98)). So, is it any good, and is any else
> interested ?
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