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Comments on MP3 Player Jacket Has Control Sleeves
A jacket with a built-in MP3 player is available from Rosner GmbH & Co., a German clothing firm. The 128 Mbyte player (developed by Infineon) is controlled by manipulating cloth buttons on the left sleeve. Headphones? They're in the collar. (Read the complete story)

"anybody know how it sounds?"
( 7/28/2004 5:20:13 AM)
"infinitely more important a question: where can i buy one? :)"
(dep 7/29/2004 10:48:46 AM)
"Here's an update - take a look at this jacket for women. It has a special sensor that monitors touch and closeness - see Wearables for a distant society (from Smart Mobs."
(Bill Christensen 7/31/2004 7:27:28 PM)
"she is hot!"
( 8/7/2004 6:33:55 PM)
"wow this is cool but but it is praticle because y ou could by a caot and then buy a mp3 player for muck less i bet "
( 10/15/2004 10:45:18 AM)
"were can i get 1 of mp3player coats"
(will 4/12/2005 6:56:11 AM)
"There is a better way to use this Mp3 jacket technology. I think I have an idea that could inprove your profits exponentially... If you want to hear it contact me bbbiggeorge@gmail.com...I will be waiting."
(Duke nukem 10/3/2005 3:53:38 AM)

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