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    For Sale: Nomad II MG

    I have a Creative Labs Nomad II MG in silver for sale. I originally bought this for $270 with memory expansion. It has 64MB onboard memory and a 16MB expansion card. The whole unit is smaller than a pack of cigarettes. The only blemish is two black marks on the front bottom of the player, but they are not huge nor scratches, and could probably be removed with some elbow grease. The unit works great and has been wonderful to me. It gets around six hours from a pair of AAA batteries. An all around awesome player, got a 9 from MaximumPC. Please email me if you are interested. Full features list is below. I'm asking $170 for it, let me know if this is too high.

    High tech Magnesium Casing
    Reprogrammable for supporting multiple digital audio formats and other software extensions in the future
    Supports Microsoft's Windows Media Format
    Supports any audio compression standards through future upgrades available via Internet downloads
    Built-in FM Tuner stores up to 32 preset stations
    Supports real-time recording from any FM station
    EAX Time-Scaling supports up to 1.5x faster or 0.5x slower playback speed for voice
    Universal Serial Bus (USB) connection offers faster transfer rates and ease of connectivity
    Non-mechanical architecture offers skip-free, continuous playback
    Memory : Internal Memory - 64MB
    1 x SmartMedia slot memory (IN MY CASE FILLED WITH A 16MB SmartMedia CARD)
    EL backlit LCD for easy viewing in all low-light environments
    Optional wired remote control gives quick access to playback controls
    Creative's PlayCenter 2 digital audio software allows you to manage, access, upload, and download content to your player in seconds
    PlayCenter 2 also allows you to encode, decode and archive high quality MP3 files and Windows Media (WMA) files. Users can convert an unlimited number of CD tracks and compile them according to personal preferences
    SSFDC (Solid State Floppy Disk Card) compliant SmartMediaTM flash memory card allows audio content to be swapped with other SSFDC compliant devices without the need for reformatting
    SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative) ready device ensures listeners play digital music in secure formats

    Help me out, I need some cash for my mp3car!
    Silver 1999 Nissan Pathfinder!
    Completion: [*********-] 90%
    Everything working! Mobile MP3s ROCK!
    LEFT TO DO: Improve power on circuit, fix slow boot time

    - 550mhz PIII on Abit BH6
    - 128MB RAM
    - 40x4 Backlit Character LCD
    - 17 key numeric keypad - Repainted buttons
    - 2.1GB laptop drive for OS
    - 4.3GB drive for MP3s

    http://www.mp3car.com/usersites/bombboyer/ Redesigned, new pics!

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    Silver 1999 Nissan Pathfinder!
    Completion: [*********-] 90%
    Everything working! Mobile MP3s ROCK!
    LEFT TO DO: Improve power on circuit, fix slow boot time

    - 550mhz PIII on Abit BH6
    - 128MB RAM
    - 40x4 Backlit Character LCD
    - 17 key numeric keypad - Repainted buttons
    - 2.1GB laptop drive for OS
    - 4.3GB drive for MP3s

    http://www.mp3car.com/usersites/bombboyer/ Redesigned, new pics!

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    Silver 1999 Nissan Pathfinder!
    Completion: [*********-] 90%
    Everything working! Mobile MP3s ROCK!
    LEFT TO DO: Improve power on circuit, fix slow boot time

    - 550mhz PIII on Abit BH6
    - 128MB RAM
    - 40x4 Backlit Character LCD
    - 17 key numeric keypad - Repainted buttons
    - 2.1GB laptop drive for OS
    - 4.3GB drive for MP3s

    http://www.mp3car.com/usersites/bombboyer/ Redesigned, new pics!

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    *wow*

    Dude, no offense, but you can buy a Rio CD for ~$100, and that's got 650mb storage. Not to mention that this whole website is dedicated to home-brew car players with drives in surplus of 20gb.

    This is really not going to be a good place to sell your ram-based player. Try ebay.

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