Finger powered MP3 cassette

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These days we have the ability to store a gajillion songs on a memory stick the size of a business card. But Stuff has always maintained that there’s something quaint and hip about a good old-fashioned mix tape. Enter Yanko Design with itsconcept for the NVDRS Tape – it comes in three options of 45/60/90 minutes of playback, meaning that actual time and care has to be put into which tunes make the cut. Sticking to the classic design, you need to poke a finger (or some other poking implement) into the spools to forward and rewind tracks and the whole shebang is powered by kinetic energy. Currently only in the concept stages, we thought we’d share with you what we hope will help spark an MP3 revolution, ’80s style.

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