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"When the first jump drives for USB were released, people were excited finally to carry durable storage. As time passed and storage space prices have decreased, something else had to be added to the jump drives such as MP3 functionality. Thought MP3 players have come a long way, in the beginning they were size of CD players, today as we can see they are no more than four inches in length. Even with this small size, X-Micro managed to add a great variety of features such as LCD screen, voice recorder, and equalizer."
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