newKube MP3 Player launched in the Philippines

Are you an audiophile? Love to bring your MP3 player wherever you’re hanging out with your friends?

Bluetree Electronics, a maker of next generation audio technology unveiled the newKube in Manila.

The newKube is the third generation of the renowned Kube family of compact MP3 players that deliver clear, crisp audio playback of music optimized by genre in a tiny device with a long battery life. When you fully charged newKube, it offers a non-stop audio experience for seven hours without running out of battery power.

“Our customers love the Kube family of MP3 players and made suggestions for all of the new features we put into the newKube,” said Sem Chong, managing director, CEO and founder of Bluetree Electronics.

The newKube has a new design, comes with different colors, and offers a number of new features not available on earlier generations of the Kube family of MP3 devices, including:

  • Lock button – to prevent accidentals
  • Repeat button – lets you to playback the same song, all songs in sequence or in random; not found in comparable simple MP3 players
  • Jump Folder – allows you to get to the specific song location, also not found in simple MP3 players
  • EQ Pre-sets – lets users select music settings for optimized playback of Pop, Rock, Classical music and other genres

The newKube measures in at one cubic inch (the size of a small ice cube or dice), is easy to use, and offers up to six hours of continuous playback in a single hour USB charge. The newKube offers a removable microSD slot making music capacity adaptable based on the size of the installed memory card instead of pre-defined internal memory. It comes with a charging cord and headphones can carry additional microSD cards for more music selection.

The newKube is available in selected Astrovision and Astroplus stores for P1599. For more information, please visit

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by Eccentric Yet Happy

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