YRQRM0 wrote:That definitely does not look like an SD port, USB, or anything. Plus, there's no sign of speakers, and the buttons don't look to be able to be pressed down. Also, assuming his legs are the speakers, the joints attaching the legs to the torso are too thin to conceal any kind of wires really. It'd be awesome though.
Those definitely look like ports. As a computer guy I can say without question that they are at least supposed to look like
ports. Though without a better sense of scale I can't be sure if they're "real sized" or which kind of slot that is on the bottom. The buttons admittedly confuse me, since I can't think of an intuitive way to use that number of buttons in that layout to control an MP3 player.
As for speakers, well he doesn't need to have them. While it would be a rather simple and not-all-that-costly process to just drop an I/O port plate and a cheap MP3 player into a hollow bit of the toy, speakers would require a good deal more electronics as well as the extensive wiring. So if they did
put an MP3 player in there it would be more efficient to just rely on the use of headphones.
I do have to say that as cool as it would be to have, I don't think people should get their hopes up too much. It's entirely possible that the ports are merely there to better emulate a more modern mircocassette recorder. Or it could even be that it is a sort of modern recorder (using SD Cards and USB instead of cassettes) instead of an MP3 player. That would be weird.