The diminutive device has an aluminum body, runs for six hours on a one-hour charge of its lithium-polymer battery, and can store approximately 1,000 songs on its included 4GB microSD card. Users have the option of increasing its capacity by swapping in memory cards up to 32GB in size, which should allow for the storage of about 8,000 songs. The follow-up product to Bluetree’s similar theKube, theKube2 charges from and syncs with its owner’s PC (no word on Mac compatibility) via an included USB cable.
Its worldwide debut is scheduled to take place next month, at CES in Las Vegas. So far, theKube2 is only available in Singapore, for SG45.90 (US$35). A set of earbuds is also included. You can also buy replaceable skins for it, should shiny silver not be your thing.