O2 Cellular Music Player Suffers Hypoxia

British cellular provider O2 has got a new branded music player with a pretty cool feature: it can download tunes directly from the company’s online music store. The flash-based player with included 64 meg SD card connects via infrared to a data-enabled cell phone, and downloads whatever track you like. Sounds cool, but as T3 points out in their micro-review, it would have been better if it had Bluetooth, didn’t sound like crap, and wasn’t burdened with one of the worst examples of DRM yet implemented. Price of the player is about $180 with songs at $2 apiece.