The player comes in a cool black design with an x-factor, at 1.7cm, it’s pretty thin and slips perfectly into any pocket. The player’s remote control is an optional item that can be purchased seperately from the player and wasn’t included in the review. The provided ear phones were intended to be used together with the remote and is very short. People who’s interested in this player might want to prepare a seperate set of earphones to be used together with the player.
The Aigo P200 MP3 Player (Front)
The Aigo P200 MP3 Player (Back)
Notice the three circular things on the rear of the player? They are actually mirrors. Ever since Apple released their Ipod with their mirror rear, many MP3 makers have been adding mirror into their design. Are humans really that vain ? Or does this mirror serve a second purpose that we all don’t know? Well all i know, there is one thing bad about mirrors and that is fingerprint marks!
Size Comparison – Aigo P200 and Nokia 6100 Phone
Size Comparison – Aigo P200 and Nokia 6100 Phone (Side Profile)
Size wise, the Aigo P200 fits snug in the human’s palm and in my personal opinion, the form factor is just nice considering the fact that it serves more than just MP3s. A tradeoff in size will greatly affect its other features like eBook reading and image browsing.