The Singapore brand, Bluetree Electronics will showcase its smallest touch control MP3 player, the Kube2 at Consumer Electronics Service 2012 (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA) next month. According to the manufacturer, theKube2 is the world’s smallest music player with touch control. This touch sensitive music player is a square form factor and made out of boxy aluminum body. The MP3 player comes in compact dimensions; measures only 25mm, beside its ultra-light feature, theKube2 MP3 player has full body changeable skins. One side of Bluetree Kube2 has a touch sensor for screen navigation; such as stop or resume playback, switch tracks, and adjust volume, etc.
Currently the Bluetree theKube2 MP3 player comes with 4GB microSD memory card that’s capable to store up to 1000 plus MP3 songs. Like other MP3 players, theKube2 also supports microSD card ranging from 512MB up to 32GB and its 32GB microSD card is able to hold up to 8,000 MP3 songs. Furthermore, the Bluetree Kube2 also features a 3.5mm headphone jack and used a USB port for recharge.
Reportedly, the theKube2 MP3 player is already exclusively available at 7-Eleven stores in Singapore for just SGD45.90 i.e. about $35 US. The world’s smallest theKube2 MP3 player boasts a lithium-polymer battery that’s good for up to 6 hours of continuous music playback.
- DAC 18 bits resolution
- 0.02% THD+N
- 100dB dynamic range
- 94dB SNR
- 80dB Inter Channel Isolation
- 0.1dB Inter Channel Gain
- 18Hz – 22kHz frequency response