When it comes to MP3 players, most people have the mantra, "Smaller is better." The Colossal MP3 player throws that idea out the window with a massive form factor and buttons large enough for the biggest hands, modeled (parodied?) after the Toshiba gigabeat. The giant DAP has a built-in speaker, but is otherwise basic, with supports for MP3 and WMA files. The packaging says it supports WMV files too, but you're not going to get very far video-wise with its paltry built-in 256MB of memory and what looks like a monochrome LCD screen. Hey, what do you expect for $23? [Flickr via Gadget Lab]
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