Now this is something interesting. We've reviewed the MP Shuttle, an in-car MP3 player that's definitely a sign of things to come--from whichever manufacturers have the courage to make such excellent gear in the face of opposition from the recording industry, etc. The MP Shuttle can store and play (even in "shuffle" mode) hundreds of songs on a single CD-R disc or hard drive.
Andy's broken down the pluses and minuses of this particular unit, and the prognosis isn't bad. Have a look, then post your comments below.
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