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Digital Audio Players

If you have MP3 files on your PC, you can listen to them on your computer or copy them to a device that's designed to play MP3 files. There are plenty of these on the market from companies like Creative Labs, Intel, and Philips. Most of these MP3 players come with internal memory that stores your MP3 files. The player connects to your PC, usually with USB, and comes with software that you can use to download MP3 files from your PC to the device.

Handheld devices that run the Microsoft PocketPC also have the ability to play MP3 files. By far the most cost-effective way to listen to MP3 files away from your PC is to get a CD player that also plays MP3 files. There are also home decks and even DVD players that play MP3 files, as well. Aiwa, Kenwood, Panasonic, and several other companies now make CD players for the car that play MP3 files, too. Think of it: You could drive from Los Angeles to San Francisco or Washington, D.C., to Boston on a single CD full of MP3 files and still have enough music left over to go on a two-hour tour once you arrive.


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