Firstly, there’s a clip-on MP3 player. The MOSMP097 “ClipStix” comes in either 256Mb or 512Mb versions, available in pink (wouldn’t you know) or black. It has an internal rechargeable battery. Interestingly it looks very similar to this little clip-on.
Next up is the MOSMP083 which has a ‘sleek brushed aluminium panel with a hidden OLED display’ and is available in black and pink (the 256Mb version) or silver (512Mb and 1Gb capacities). It’s also preloaded with Dance Nation 2006.
The MOSMP055C6 Jukebox ups the size with a 6Gb internal memory, colour LCD screen, and decked out in shiny ‘piano black’ with matching docking station. It’ll work with both WMA and unprotected MP3 files. It has a voice recorder built in and comes with 10 Ministry of Sound tracks.
Finally, the MOSMP075 is a personal MP3/DAB/FM player available with either 512Mb or 1Gb of storage for MP3 and recording radio. It too has an internal rechargeable battery and a limited edition MoS album pre-loaded.
All come with in-ear phones as standard.
Pricing is as follows:
MOSMP097 is £29.99 for the 256Mb and £49.99 for the 512Mb
MOSMP083 starts at £29.99 for 256Mb and goes up to £69.99 for the 1Gb
MOSMP075 is £129.99 for the 512Mb version, the 1Gb version says it’s the same price but I’m not convinced!
MOSMP055 is £119.99.
Some quite decent gear particularly if you’re into the whole MoS thing.
Ministry of Sound website
By Andy Merrett | September 1st, 2006