Pioneer claims new player is lightest portable XM radio

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The XMp3 is an mp3 player and an XM radio receiver–and the lightest such device in existence, according to Pioneer.

It has “100 hours” of storage and microSD card slot for more; an auto-record feature that remembers to grab your favorite shows; and a buffer of the last 30 minutes from multiple channels. This 3oz player is $280 and available immediately.

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