Trevor Baylis Eco Media Player Revolution
The Baylis Revolution is a wind-up MP3 player that features video playback, a photo viewer, an FM radio, a voice recorder, a line input recorder, a text reader, expandable memory, and a flashlight. You can even use it to charge your cell phone.
The Baylis Revolution is bulky and does not support DRM-protected music or video.
By cnet on December 17, 2008
The Baylis Revolution may be overkill for recreational camping, but its a perfect boredom-buster for globe trekkers, outdoorsmen, and fans of green...70
By Pocket-lint on December 15, 2008
Perfect for anyone regularly away from plug sockets, a bad MP3 player choice for everyone...70
By T3 Magazine on December 09, 2008
A surprisingly resourceful portable player that doubles up as a wrist...80
By SlipperyBrick on November 09, 2008
Baylis is back with an update to their Eco Media Player, called the Revolution. You might remember that when we tested the original, we liked it for what it was, but our main gripe was navigation and ease of use. Does the Revolution fare better? Read...-
By Shiny Shiny on November 06, 2008
Hippyshoppers Abi has been testing out the eco-media player, which is the latest brain manifestation of the environmentally friendly Trevor Baylis. The player itself works via your winding power, using your kinetic energy to power its media...-
By PC Pro on October 01, 2008
Sustainable power-generating devices will overtake traditional gadgets one day, but if this is anything to go by it won't be anytime soon....50