The history of the MP3 player dates back 40 years to a time when Prof. Dieter Seitzer of Erlangen-Nuremberg University in Germany began to look into how music could be compressed over phone lines. This led to a substantial amount of research being carried out into audio codecs which, to cut a long story short, eventually led to the creation of the MP3 format in 1992, although it wouldn’t adopt that name until later in 1995.
The SanDisk Sansa MP3 player is one of the family of cheap MP3 players that still manage to perform incredibly well and conveniently clips to your belt, making it great for use whilst running or jogging. The Sansa MP3 allows you to store up to 2000 of your favourite songs in one place, thanks to the substantial 8GB internal memory and this can be further expanded using the microSD slot.
The Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi is one of the best music players to be found on the market and it seems almost an insult to describe it just as an MP3 player, which is essentially what it is. However the Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi is no ordinary MP3 player and it has a rich assortment of features that are perfect for today’s busy and connected lifestyle.