# On further device segmentation
### Entered on Sony PEG-UX50
I bought an mp3 player. Zinc alloy chassis, uSD card socket
(up to 128gb), tiny form-factor. Caveats: I put > 14k songs
on it, but it only indexes 4k. All songs playable in folder
mode, but cannot shuffle all songs on device. This device
had dozens of fake reviews on amazon, and was pulled off the
site after I bought it. It ain't bad though, I have gone
back to listening to entire albums because of it. Reminds
me of my old walkman when I was a kid. I have a pair of bone
conduction headphones coming to use with this player. I
think I'll get a lanyard and wear it like a necklace. I love
the idea of fourteen thousand songs being that handy.
I wanted to essentially UNIX-ify my device usage. Use devices
that do one thing well instead of kitchen sinks. The Dana
is a good example of this: great for writing, not great as
PDA. The UX50 is my powerhouse PDA as it has a lot of space,
a great keyboard, and is tiny and pocketable. My flip phone
makes phone calls and my T9 muscle memory has kicked back in
for texting. Some of you likely scoff at carrying multiple
devices, but it truly doesn't bother me. I do like to leave
my phone at home when I run errands, but not because of the
number of device angle, because of the freedom aspect.
Leave a message, I might call you back.