Ministry of Sound DAP jukebox hits QXL for charity

If your favourite techie is into techno, you could do worse than buy them this special edition Creative jukebox. And it's all for charity, mate

One of only four specially designed Creative 20GB DAP Jukeboxes is being auctioned on QXL.com for charity. The jukebox, which comes with Ministry of Sound albums dating from 1993 to the present, and carries a Ministry of Sound design, had reached £400 by Friday. All proceeds will go to the Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy charity, which uses music to help disabled and traumatised children and adults.

The bundled albums come ready stored on the device, leaving another 10GB free for an extra 300 hours of music -- equal to about 200 CDs.

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