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    X-Micro Eva
    Author: Renz
    Date Posted:05/10/2004 00:58.48
    SLRating: SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: The Eva is a great MP3/WMA player and thumb drive, but some compromises had to be made to keep it reasonably priced.

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    To fit the radio into this package X-Micro cheated a little; it is a separate device powered by its own battery and attached to the headphone wires. There is no display showing what frequency you are tuned to, no volume control, no backwards scan, an external antenna and it uses a CR 2032 battery; the kind used by your PC on the motherboard. If you were searching for a channel in the 100 FM range, you start from what seems like 88.7 FM and scan all the way to 106.7 FM, now assume you missed it so on you go scanning again from the top. It would have been nice to have either the main display show where you are or a mini display on the pod itself show the channel number. But then again, I won’t be buying this device for the radio. After testing the radio the headphones stayed home and I used a set of Sony ear-buds with the player. Quality wise the supplied headphones were indistinguishable from the Sony; on the plus side no pod dangling around your neck.

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    3. Overview
    4. Radio
    5. Software
    6. Conclusion

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