Transcend T.sonic 850 MP3 Player launched in India

Transcend T.sonic 850 MP3 Player Transcend has announced the introduction of the T.sonic 850 MP3 player, which extends the company’s popular line of MP3 players. The T.sonic 850 is a sleek and light-weight one, perfect for music enthusiasts who cannot do without music on-the-go. It is available with storage capacities of up to 8GB.

Transcend’s T.sonic 850 MP3 player sports a bright 1.8-inch high resolution full-color TFT-LCD screen. This enables users to not only listen to music, but also enjoy videos and photos.

It supports most audio/video formats including JPG, BMP, MTV, MP3, WMA, DRM10 and WAV. The T.sonic 850 is equipped with 7 equalizer effects such as the customizable USER EQ mode that allows users to create their own music style.

Making the T.sonic 850 MP3 player a portable choice of digital music on the go is the fact that this sleek device measures just 81.5mm long x
41.5mm wide x 12.7mm deep and weighs just 48g.

The T.sonic 850 MP3 player presents a host of good features to the music-loving bunch of people. Some of its other functions include a digital voice recorder, a recordable FM radio with 20 station presets, and a time-zone adjustable world clock.

Further, the MP3 player supports 13 languages, not only in the user interface, but also in the included e-book text file viewer and during synchronized song lyrics display. With the help of its adjustable playback speed and A-B repeat functions, the T.sonic 850 can assist users in learning foreign languages, review voice memos, meetings and class lectures.

The T.sonic 850 also includes T.sonic Utility – use T.sonic to lock your computer and password-protect files.

Data transfer and charging takes place using the built-in Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connector. On a full charge, the T.sonic 850 MP3 player offers up to 22 hours of continuous playback.

Transcend’s T.sonic 850 MP3 player is available in 4GB (Ivory) and 8GB (Onyx Black) in India. It comes with a protective silicon cover. The 4GB versions costs Rs.4900, while the 8GB one costs Rs.6250. Both come with a 2-year warranty.

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