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4.5 out of 10

MobiBLU Cube 2

This device is an update from the mobiBLU Cube 1. The mobiBLU C Read more

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Overall 7
7.0

MobiBlu Cube2

CNET
19 October 2006
  • Summary: No doubt the cult of the Cube will continue with this new model, the world's smallest multimedia player. While it doesn't offer an ideal user experience, it makes up for it in style.
  • Pros: The incredibly compact and durable MobiBlu Cube2 takes the cute li'l shape of the original Cube music player and adds in photo and video support; comes with podcast software and packs in a range of features such as an FM radio, FM scheduling, voice recording, and a customizable equalizer; supports OGG and subscription tracks; includes dual UMS and MTP transfer modes.
  • Cons: The Cube2's menu system is a pain to navigate and requires a lot of clicking to call up new content; viewing your photos and videos on the small screen is novel, but much of the image gets cut out; uses a nonstandard USB cable; no simultaneous picture viewing and music listening; flaky FM reception and subpar battery life.
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Overall 7
7.0

MobiBlu Cube2

PC Magazine
19 October 2006
  • Conclusion: The Cube2 is an impressive feat of engineering, but it's less practical than many other flash-based players out there because of its shape and size.
  • Pros: Broad feature set. Versatile sound and playback options. Very compact. Works with Macs and PCs.
  • Cons: Included earbuds are odd-looking and clunky. Video conversion is buggy. Screen is extremely small and colors are poor. One-handed operation can be awkward. Short battery life.
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Overall 5
5.0

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
19 October 2006
  • Summary: If size is your primary concern, the Cube 2 may suit you, but if not there are better alternatives.
  • Pros: Tiny
  • Cons: Controls are awkward, Video screen is only 1cms wide, Sound quality a little lacking
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