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Polaroid 8GB MP4 player

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2010

The name Polaroid conjures up images of instant cameras, not MP3 players. Nevertheless the company is branching out into the MP3 player market with the release of its Polaroid 8GB MP4 player. The device features a 2.8-inch touchscreen display and a microSD card expansion up to 32GB.

It also includes a built-in speaker, so you can enjoy your music and videos without using earphones. If you like what this guy offers, it is available for $59.99.

Transcend 8GB aXeRam Dual-channel DDR3 Memory Kit

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2010

Transcend has announced the 8GB aXeRam DDR3-2000 memory kit which contains two identically matched 4GB memory modules. These have super low voltage of just 1.6 Volts, making them ideal for hardcore gamers, overclockers and professional users alike.

The 8GB aXeRam DDR3-2000 memory kit has a clock frequency of 2000MHz and timings of 9-11-9-24. The kit retails for around $230.

iPod nano gets smaller and lighter, $149 for 8GB or $179 for 16GB

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2010

Apple just revealed the 6th generation iPod nano, with a radical new redesign. The clickwheel is gone, replaced with a touchscreen interface and a shuffle-like square form factor. It’s 46 percent smaller and 42 percent lighter. Like I said, radical.

There are volume buttons on the side and a clip on the back as well as that multitouch touchscreen. You can expect 24 hours of audio playback. Seven color options will be available, including a Product RED option, with prices set at $149 for 8GB or $179 for 16GB.

Apple online store stops offering 8GB iPhone 3G

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2010

Looks like it’s the end of the line for the iPhone 3G. If you’ve been perusing the Apple online store today, you might have noticed that the button to select the 8GB iPhone 3G is gone. It simply disappeared from the Apple store as if abducted by a gadget loving alien.

Normally if an item is out of stock at the Apple store, it’s listed as out of stock, but this time there isn’t any mention of what’s happening to the iPhone 3G. So our guess is that it is history. Kaput. Done.

8GB iPhone 3GS coming soon?

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2009

Will Apple soon offer up an 8GB iPhone 3GS? There’s nothing official yet, but according to a German shopper, when he purchased a refurbished 8GB iPhone 3G, he received the phone with a label on the back that suggests an “iPhone 3GS v2.2 8GB” model.

The model is A1231 and the part number MB490DN/A point to the older model correctly, but the “iPhone 3GS” appears elsewhere on the packaging.

Archos 5 Android 8GB surfaces for $250

Posted in Archos by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2009

Archos 5 Android 8GB surfaces for $250The Archos 5 Internet Tablet has had a bumpy ride, but thanks to some firmware updates, the Android-based player seems to finally be doing great.

But not everyone needs a large version and so the 8GB model has surfaced over at Radio Shack, packing all of the features of the original, but with less internal space. It will cost you $249.99 and it’s in Stock right now. At that price you can check it out without breaking the bank.

ViewSonic VPD400 Moviebook with 8GB memory, 4.3″ screen

Posted in Viewsonic by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2009

ViewSonic VPD400 Moviebook with 8GB memory, 4.3" screenViewsonic has rolled out what they hope could be the next best thing to hit the market, the Moviebook VPD400. It supports a bunch of file formats including AVI, FLV, MKV, MPG, MOV, VOB, RMVB, H.264, WMA, MP3, WAV, FLAC and even DTS/AC3.

The device also delivers a quality music experience with 6 hours non-stop playback time, 8 GB of usable memory, a microSD card expansion slot and a 4.3 inch display. Users can also set optional subtitles to the movies they’re watching. The Viewsonic VPD400 Moviebook will cost you $130.

$99 8GB iPhone 3GS for Christmas?

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2009

$99 8GB iPhone 3GS for Christmas?All you want for Christmas is an iPhone for yourself right? But it’s too expensive, what with all of the other gifts you need to buy. How does an 8GB iPhone 3GS for $99 sound?

This one resides in rumor territory for now, but word is that Apple is toying with the idea of releasing the device for $99 in an effort to combat Motorola’s DROID. A cheaper iPhone 3GS is always welcomed, even if it is just an 8GB version, at least it gives users another option.

Archos 3 PMP with 8GB and “virtual wheel”

Posted in Archos by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2009

Archos 3 PMP with 8GB and “virtual wheel”The Archos 9 PC Tablet isn’t the only touchscreen product to arrive from Archos today; there’s a much smaller finger-friendly screen on the Archos 3 PMP. A 3-inch touchscreen to be precise along with 8GB of flash memory for up to 4,000 songs. Nice.

It also features Archos’ new UI, a “virtual wheel” selector which supposedly makes navigating straightforward and easy. It’s unclear whether the wheel is an on-screen thing, a translucent overlay, or involves a touch-sensitive button on the lower front panel.

EagleTec Nano 4/8GB flash drive is tiny

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2009

EagleTec Nano 4/8GB flash drive is tinyFlash drives are great and all, but most are long and get in the way, whether in your laptop or wherever. They aren’t a good shape and size. Well, the EagleTec Nano from Brando is small. Tiny in fact. This tiny USB flash drive will cost you just $33 for 8GB and $22 for the 4GB.

It sure is tempting. The speed is 15Mb/s read, up to 6Mb/s write. It can fit right on your key chain, so it won’t get lost. The whole thing is about the size of a quarter.

Hands On with the 8GB Sansa Clip from Sandisk

Posted in Review by Darrin Olson on December 15th, 2008

Sandisk 8GB Sansa Clip MP3 player reviewAnyone in the market for a small MP3 player should definitely take a hard look at the Sansa Clip from Sandisk before making a purchase. Comparable in size to the iPod Shuffle, the Sansa Clip packs in more features and now more storage giving some significant bang for your buck.

The most significant item for us on this particular MP3 player was the storage capacity. This little device now comes with the ability to pack as much as 8GB of music which is really a lot of songs. Connect it to your computer through the included USB cable and quickly transfer music or even use the device as mass storage to go. Also as we had mentioned when the 8GB Clip first came out, the clip provides 4x the storage of the iPod Shuffle for just a small more in price. But the storage is not all you get.

Quantum of Solace Vaio TT Laptop & 8GB Micro Vault

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2008

Quantum of Solace Vaio TT Laptop & 8GB Micro VaultSony is offering this James Bond 007 Sony Vaio TT Series Notebook with carbon fiber black casing that also sports a 007 engraved logo and a leather case. The TT series features an 11.1″ widescreen LCD display, 2GB RAM, a 64GB Solid State Drive, HDMI out, and comes with a pair of noise canceling headphones. If you don’t want to dish out the $2,399 you can always get the Limited Edition 007 8GB Micro Vault Click USB Flash Drive for $29,99.

It allows you to “Gather intelligence for your next mission with the limited edition 007 Quantum of Solace 8GB Micro Vault Click USB flash drive. Featuring a hidden USB connector, it’s easy to transfer and exchange data with colleagues and correspondents. The USM8GL/B also includes Virtual Expander to virtually store three times the information. In addition to the 007 Gun Logo on the side, this flash drive comes preloaded with a Quantum of Solace movie trailer, stills and behind-the-scenes footage.” OMG. This is exactly what you need to become the next James Bond.

Nikon multimedia Wi-Fi Headset with 8GB & a browser

Posted in Nikon by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2008

Nikon multimedia Wi-Fi Headset with 8GB & a browserHere’s an odd one from Nikon, but it’s no camera. The Media Port UP300 and UP300x video headset aims to be a wearable computer. The device basically looks like a pair of headphones with a small display, but has some nice specs. It features up to 8GB of flash memory for videos, music and file storage, Wi-Fi, and even, get this, a full internet browser.

The 300x model, even sports motion control. Browsing may be a challenge, who knows. You can also use the Wi-Fi connection to download audio and video content directly. The 300x will cost you $587. Looks like we are now on our way to becoming the Borg. If the next one requires that you dock yourself in a borg ship, I’m heading for the hills.

Blue 8GB Zune spotted, new features

Posted in Zune by Conner Flynn on September 7th, 2008

Blue 8GB Zune spotted, new featuresHere’s the first pic of a blue Zune flash player. This one is an 8GB version that was seen posted on Fry’s a little while ago. Despite the color, it doesn’t have a lot to be blue about. Apparently there’s a silver one as well, but no pics of that one. It sports some interesting new features.

Users can access wireless hotspots to update music collections, browse the Zune Marketplace, refresh Channels, exchange favorites, and even buy tagged FM songs. “Channels” are custom stations that will give you personalized playlists. It also has a “Games” feature for what else, games. The “Buy From FM” feature lets you listen to FM radio and tag any songs for purchase when you sync with a PC. Not too shabby.

Swiss Army Knife upgraded with 8GB

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on May 18th, 2008

Swiss Army Knife upgraded with 8GB
The Swiss Army knife has been around forever. It’s a favorite tool of MacGyver’s. How do you improve on it? Give it some memory. That way Mac will be able to work his magic on computers as well.

The Swiss army knife with USB drive isn’t new. It’s been around in a 2GB model. Now you can get a similar tool with an 8GB storage capacity. Some features include: A 34mm Knife, Pen, Scissors, Nail File, Flat Tip Screwdriver, Replaceable Ink Cartridge, Internal Watch Battery for LED light, See-through handle.

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