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Brando Bombshell MP3 Player: Exploding With Weirdness

by Lambert Varias
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I have so many questions about this MP3 player. Why not just call it a dynamite MP3 player? Why is it dynamite shaped? Why is it silver colored? What’s with the skull and crossbones? Oh wait. All those questions have the same answer: because Brando.

brando usb bombshell speaker mp3 player radio

Fans of the shiny pirate explosive school of design will have more reason to love this device. It plays MP3 and WMA files from microSD & microSDHC cards as well as from USB drives, although without a monitor it’ll be quite hard to navigate through your files and folders. It also has a built-in radio, and if you already have an MP3 player you can use this as a speaker since it has a 3.5mm audio connector. It does have a rechargeable Lithium battery, so you can lob it and cue an explosive sound effect if you want.

You can get the USB Bombshell MP3 Player from Brando for $43 (USD). It’s quite the conversation piece. Especially with the TSA.



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