The player features a removable case that joins the earphone cables and disk with the interface to form a single body with external surfaces. Looks like a high-tech medical device. Sadly, there’s no info on pricing or availability yet.
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Don’t come running to me when squirrels start stealing your speaker. That’s exactly what will happen now that Pyramid Distribution has rolled out the Motz Wooden acorn Speaker for South Korea. Made of natural cut apricots, this hand-made speaker is great for your iPod or other MP3 players and it also has an FM radio.
There’s also a USB port and a headphone jack and the rechargeable Li-Polymer battery provides up to 5 hours of operation time (10 hours with earphones).
The Wefound F630 e-book reader is a lightweight at just 200 grams if you are looking for a different ereader. Aside from the snappy name, it sports a 6-inch screen E-ink display with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels.
The Wefound F630 also has a built-in China Mobile 3G wireless module, offering unlimited free EDGE and 3G connection via a China Mobile SIM card for the first 3 years after purchase. Some other features include book downloading, stock price information, picture browsing (in black and white) and basic MP3 player functions.
I have lots of notebooks and netbooks that come through my hands and I have tested more than my share of MP3 players and iPods too. One thing that many of the devices have in common is that they lack bass.
If you want more bass from your iPod or MP3 player the zo personal subwoofer promises the kind of bass you expect form a 12-inch sub from a device the size of an iPod nano. The zo has a gauge on the front to show the intensity level it is set at.
If you’re finding it hard to choose an e-book reader, here’s another entry to the market. The Paradigm Shift EER-051D will be launched in the US sometime next week. This e-reader features a 5-inch color display, an integrated FM tuner, an MP3 player and a photo viewer.
It comes with 2GB of internal memory, which is upgradable via an SD memory card slot. The Paradigm Shift EER-051D will be compatible with most popular e-book formats, including DRM-enabled ePub books.
iRiver is back with two new MP3 players, the M31 Shining and M41 Revolve. The entry-level iRiver M31 also functions as a USB storage device, which is handy. It features a tiny OLED screen (128 x 32) and supports MP3, WAV, and WMA file formats.
The iRiver M41 has a larger 1.8-inch display and supports both audio and video playback. The M41 supports MP3/WMA audio files and AVI video files. The battery will deliver up to 15-hours of continuous audio playback or 4-hour of continuous video playback.
You might remember, the network music player packs a 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen display, an SD card slot (up to 32GB), a USB port, WiFi, an Ethernet port and supports a wide range of music formats including MP3, FLAC, WMA, WMA Lossless, AAC, Apple Lossless, WAV and AIFF.
If you’re looking for a media player that is an Apple alternative, why not check out the Creative ZEN X-Fi Style and Creative ZEN Style series. But don’t expect new specs, these are identical to existing models, they just have a new look.
The Creative ZEN X-Fi Style is available right now for pre-order and will be available on April 14th with prices from $79.99 to $169.99. The Creative ZEN Style series will cost you $49.99 to $79.99, depending on storage capacity.
Look if you haven’t given up on cassette tapes by now, you probably never will. But if you ever want to let that old cassette player rest in peace, then the Novak Cassette to Digital Converter is what you need to transfer your old cassettes into digital formats.
The device couldn’t be easier to use. Just insert a cassette tape, hit “record,” and you’re off. You now have digital music in either MP3, WAV, or WMA files. The Novak Cassette To Digital Converter also has a USB port and a built-in speaker.
No official announcement about these yet, but Archos will be adding a few MP3 players to its Vision line. The leak contains six players, but some aren’t worth mentioning. Some of the more notable devices include the A14VG Vision (above), which is a compact player with a 1.4-inch display, 4GB memory, and FM tuner.
The A15VS Vision is a slim player only 6mm thick with FLAC support and will cost 40 Euros for a 4GB model. The A30VC Vision features a 3-inch touchscreen, a camera and 14-hour battery life. The 8GB model will cost 90 Euros. The A32VB Vision has a 4.3-inch touchscreen, 8GB internal memory, a microSD card expansion and will cost 100 Euros.
Pioneer is one of the biggest names in home theater and home audio not to mention the popular products the company has for vehicles as well. Pioneer has unveiled a pair of new AV receivers that are 3D ready and reasonably priced.
The new receivers include the VSX-820-K and the VSX-520-K. The 820 is Works with iPhone certified. Both receivers can receive music streamed from Bluetooth phones or MP3 players with an optional Bluetooth accessory selling for $99.99.
Everyone’s MP3 player of choice may be the iPod, but every now and then we do see something different in a concept, which we would like to own. The Play MP3 player doesn’t have a touchscreen or buttons. Instead it works by doing origami.
Fold the player in half to play. If you want to rewind, just slide one of the pieces. Sure it isn’t practical, but Origami fans should love it. Still, we don’t expect to see this one anytime soon.
This may sound like a story about the latest threat against Godzilla, but it’s not. Monster makes all sorts of cables and headphones that are aimed at people wanting good sound. Monster has been offering headphones and earphones for a while now designed in cooperation with musicians.
Monster has unveiled its latest headphones called the Butterfly today designed by Vivienne Tam. The earphones are shiny gold color and have a butterfly printed on the speaker housing. Like most high-end earphones, the Butterfly ships with multiple tip sizes for comfort.
Panasonic is releasing the new DMP-BDT300. The 3D Blu-ray player uses the company’s UniPhier LSI chip which allows output of Full HD images of 1080p quality in the frame-sequential method. You simply need a pair of active shutter glasses and a 3D-ready TV and you are good to go.
The DMP-BDT300 will also upscale your DVDs. Some other features include DLNA support, USB, SD memory card slot and support for JPEG, DivX Plus HD, MP3, AVCHD, MPEG2 and JPEG content.
Meet cylinder-head Stormtrooper and Darth Vader. No they aren’t lamps, despite those heads, they are actually speakers…We aren’t sure why they have the lamp head. We only know that these things are a real disturbance in the force.
Just plug in your mp3 player and play your tunes, while pondering over those huge heads. They don’t even have alarm clocks. I think now we have officially seen everything Star Wars. Hey, they also have round bellies. That ain’t right.
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