The Aigo F660 flash MP3 player offers a magnesium alloy finish and sports an FM radio.
Aigo has announced the Aigo F660, an MP3 player featuring a magnesium alloy finish, which the company boasts is as used in “missiles, rockets and aeroplane parts,” which seems a bit of an aggressive association. Aigo could have chosen to focus on its more feminine side, with the reflective casing making it perfect for women to use to sort out their make-up (or whatever). The mirrored theme is continues with a reflective OLED (Organic LED) display, with two different colours.
Features wise the Aigo F660 offers 128MB or 256Mb of storage with files at £80 and £100 respectively. Files are copied over via a USB 1.1 connection using a drag-and-drop interface. It plays MP3 and WMA formats.
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) enables smart voice recording directly from the built in microphone – an ideal function for meetings, tutorials or lessons. There’s also a built-in FM radio with storage for 20-presets and an A-B repetition function. There’s also
The F660 is powered by a single AAA battery, providing 10 hours of use.