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Rio Sport MP3 Player Can Go Anywhere

"The Rio Sport MP3 player can go anywhere you go. It’s truly a remarkable gadget."





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Rio Sport MP3 Player

by Patrick Austin

Looking for some high tech gadgetry? Want to find a new MP3 player? If so, then you should really consider purchasing a Rio Sport MP3 player. There are a bunch of different MP3 players on the market today, but the Rio Sport MP3 player has the ability to go anywhere you go. It’s truly a remarkable piece of technology.

The Rio Sport MP3 player was designed with the athlete in mind. It’s for people that like to play hard and use music to play even harder. The Rio Sport MP3 player provides rugged durability and up to two hours of skip-free music. You can store and play MP3 and WMA digital music files with 128 MB of built-in memory. Or, you can listen to your favorite radio station with the integrated FM tuner.

The Rio Sport MP3 player also has advanced navigation and a large, backlit display. This makes finding songs and artists simple, while the USB connection and rio music manager software provides quick and easy music file transfers.

The compant Rio Sport MP3 player is perfect for the gym. It has a built-in clock and stopwatch and up to ten hours of battery life. It comes packaged with incredible software to help you organize your music, including RealOne, iTunes, and MoodLogic software to create mixes for one hundred tracks. You have the option of upgrading to 256 MB using MMC memory cards.

The Rio Sport MP3 player has a new design that integrates a strong-grip, protective rubber from previous models with a new shiny stainless steel face plate for added durability. It’s long battery life affords you hours of non-stop work out time. It also comes with a comfortable sport clip, earphones, and a newly designed case with armband so you can keep your player and music secure and accessible. The simple menus and intuitive controls make for easy one-handed operation. It even comes with a stopwatch and lap timer to make the Rio Sport MP3 player the ultimate gym or running companion.

If you plan on purchasing a Rio Sport MP3 player, here are some of the system requirements:

Windows 98/99 SE/2000/XP

CD-Rom Drive

USB Port

64 MB Ram

Mac OS 9

Mac OS X

233MHz Pentium II processor or higher

Internet connection

The price for a Rio Sport MP3 player will vary depending on the model you choose and if it’s new or not. A brand new Rio Sport MP3 player will probably cost you in the neighborhood of one hundred and fifty dollars. But, you can search the internet for a used MP3 player that will only cost you somewhere between sixty to seventy five dollars.

Mr. Austin is a freelance writer who writes about virtually anything that interests him on PulseMed. He also covers sports and health for a number of web sites including,, and, and entertainment and sports for Vainquer magazine.

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