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Urock Guitar Mp3 Player for Rockers With Tiny Hands

by Paul Strauss
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This might look like a real guitar and amplifier, but it’s actually an MP3 player. The uRock is a tiny little guitar that stores your MP3s along with a matching mini amp that’s lets you play back your tunes out loud.

URock MP3 Guitar

Each uRock player is an incredibly detailed replica of a real guitar and amp, and includes a little guitar stand. They even throw in a carrying lanyard and a guitar pick so you can do a little air guitar while your music plays.

URock MP3 Guitar

The player supports both MP3 and WMA format files, and can be recharged via a USB connection. At just 1GB, the uRock doesn’t have a ton of storage, but its fun design more than makes up for its storage shortcomings

So if there’s a rocker chick or dude in your life, you can pick up the set from The Gadget Box for £49.95 (appx. $102 USD).

[via Chip Chick]

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