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      23.11.2011 15:16
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      Ideal for the Minidisc, but if you have an mp3 player then look for one designed for your model.

      A number of years ago Minidisc players were the latest technology in portable music players. I carried mine around, listening to music on the go. I still have the Sony Minidisc player now. I have to admit though that the technology didn't really catch on and they were never a match for the Compact Disc. The case Logic Minidisc player case was something I bought after the purchase of my Minidisc player.

      The case is very slightly bigger than the Minidisc player itself, giving just enough storage room for the player, headphones and a couple of Minidisc's from your collection. The Minidisc player can be stored to the right hand side of the case, behind a mesh pocket which has an elasticated band on the top edge to keep it secure. The left panel of the inside of the case has a neoprene pocket for holding your headphones, there is also a pocket behind this for storing a spare set of batteries, or perhaps the odd spare Minidisc. A robust zip holds everything together and once the case is closed it looks and feels good quality. The neoprene material has a stretchy feel to it and although there is no visible padding it does protect your 'tech' because the neoprene is thick and spongy. The black finish is plain and unfussy. There is an adjustable band to the rear of the case, giving you the option to attach it to a belt if you wish to use it during exercise or just on the go. The player can be in use whilst in the case, as the headphones can emerge from the case at the open end of the zip. Overall the appearance and feel to the case is that of a practical and well made product.

      Priced at around the £3 mark these cases are still available today. they are now often sold as MP3/Minidisc cases. This is due to the Minidisc becoming outdated and unpopular, as the mp3 has taken centre stage and most mp3 players can comfortably fit into this case.

      My final thoughts on this case are that whilst it is great for storing mp3/Minidisc players whilst not in use, it isn't the ideal solution to hold your player whilst in use. For the price it is a worthwhile product, but you may want to look for an mp3 player specific case for practicality.


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