||The amount of time, in Hours, for which the battery can run before it has to be replaced or recharged.
||The type of battery the MP3 Player takes.
||The manufacturer of the MP3 Player
||Whether or not the MP3 Player can store word or e-mail data.
||The size of the three dimensions of the MP3 Player.
|Direct MP3 Encoding
||Whether or not music played on the MP3 Player will be converted directly into an MP3 music file.
||Whether or not the MP3 Player comes equipped with in-built software to store and play MP3 files.
||Whether or not the MP3 Player can play FM radio.
||The formats with which this MP3 Player system is compatible.
||This denotes the particular type of cable connection between the MP3 Player and another device, for example the PC.
||The maximum quantity of MP3 tracks which can be stored on the MP3 Player. 250 songs usually fills a Gigagabyte Gb.
||Whether or not the memory of the MP3 Player can accommodate additional files. 250 songs generally fulfils a Gigabyte Gb.
||Whether the MP3 player has an internal hard disk facility, or stores flash memory on a removable disk.
||The individual model name and number of the MP3 Player
||Whether or not the MP3 Player allows the user to compose MP3 vocal recordings, and use the device as a personal voice recorder.
||The total weight of the MP3 Player, measured in grams (100g=0.22lb)