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Highgear TrailAudio - Audio Players: Reviews

FLYWEIGHTCountless ambles down to the local java joint validated the TrailAudio's always-at-hand design. I stocked this two-ouncer with 11 Led Zeppelin albums and clipped it to my belt loop. With a water-resistant casing, this 256MB memory-card-based player is ready for the rain and the rough. Plug it into a USB port, add or subtract tunes, and go.

Bonus: Doubles as a pocket hard drive.

Bummer: Included headphones are one-size-fits-most—and they didn't fit me.

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