We’ve all been in some humongous Virgin Megastore-type place, and heard a great song booming on the sound system that you’ve just got to know the name of. You race around asking the clerks, who give you that blank “huh” stare, or worse, send you on a wild goose chase to other clueless clerks This must have happened to the inventor of the MusicMarker, a handheld device that records a snippet of that elusive tune. Then, once hooked up to your computer via USB, teams up with the internet to identify the artist and song. It even leads you to where you can purchase your new favorite tune. Available for $20 USD.
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