Remember the Peanuts? No, not the Charles Schulz comic strip -- the Japanese pop duo from the 60s. If you do (and we have to confess, we don't, despite their appearance in "Godzilla vs. Mothra"), here's your chance to stock up on their classic hits and join the digital audio revolution in one fell swoop. That's the idea behind the Pocketful Memory Player, a ¥7,980 (about $70) digital audio player designed to appeal to Japanese nostalgia buffs of a certain age. The player comes preloaded with a dozen songs from the Peanuts and other groups handled by Japanese impresario Sho Watanabe. Other than that, it's a pretty basic flash audio player, with support for WMA, MP3 and expansion via SD cards. But if you're looking for a way to show Obaachan what she's missing by not owning a DAP, this may just do the trick.

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