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Sony Ericsson intos MW600 wireless stereo headset with FM radio

Posted in Sony Ericsson by Conner Flynn on November 4th, 2009

Sony Ericsson intos MW600 wireless stereo headset with FM radioSony Ericsson has launched the MW600 Wireless Stereo Headset with FM Radio. It features advanced Bluetooth technology as well as a built-in FM radio.

Some other features include an OLED display, easy access controls, RDS radio station information, and a 3.5mm jack, making it easy to swap headphones. The Sony Ericsson MW600 is compatible with the Sony Ericsson J132, K330, T280i, W200i, and Xperia X10.

Betty Boop phone from Samsung

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2009

Betty Boop phone from SamsungDo people actually find Betty Boop sexy? I just don’t get it. But hey, whatever floats your cartoon boat. Fans of the animated bombshell can now get her likeness on a Samsung phone. Samsung has introduced the Betty Boop edition phone in France.

The phone features the cartoon seductress all over, and is apparently aimed at sad men and younger girls, which are the same thing. It will cost you 129 Euros and some ho-hum specs include: GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity, 65K colors display, MP3 player, FM radio, VGA camera, MicroSD card slot, Talk time: up to 3 hours, Stand-by time: up to 192 hours.

Creative Zen Mozaic PMP

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on July 24th, 2008

Creative Zen Mozaic PMP
Check out Creative’s new Zen Mozaic model. You know that design is really pretty…pretty awful. Mozaic. We get it. It just doesn’t look cool. Now maybe if Creative took those little squares and rectangles and made them displays…

Anyway, here’s some specs. 2GB/4GB/8GB capacities, Built-in speaker, 1.8″ TFT display, playback of audio, video and photos, Integrated FM radio, and Voice recording capability. Comes in black, silver and girl friendly pink.

Cute Mouse Phone in a familiar shape

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2008

Cute Mouse Phone in a familiar shape
Maybe iRiver should have done something like this with their Mickey Mouse speakers, creating something cute that actually has a bit more of a personality. It’s a cute little mobile phone, perfect for girls of course. It opens up to reveal a 1.3 inch TFT LCD screen.

It has Bluetooth stereo output and the player will play 3GP and MP4 video files. Some other features include a 1.3MP camera, alarm function, MMS, and FM radio. The Mouse Phone may be small and cute, but it’s price might scare some of you off at $225.

CES 2008

Intempo Daisy wireless internet/FM radio

Posted in CES 2008,Intempo,Radio by Darrin Olson on January 14th, 2008

Daisy radio from Intempo does internet radio and FM radioIntempo has a new radio out that it claims to be the world’s first low-power internet and FM radio on the market. The Daisy radio features the ability to pick up as many as 6,000 different radio stations wirelessly through a Wi-Fi connection, provided you’re in range of one. If you’re not, the little radio can also pick up regular FM signals.

We haven’t seen a lot from Intempo lately but they kicked this device off at last weeks CES conference to start out their 2008 with a new product on the market. The radio features a somewhat unique design with an offset rectangle separating the speaker from the display. It has touch-sensitive controls on the right for navigating stations and volume and also features a clock and alarm. Internal batteries keep the device portable and give it up to 20 hours of playback.

Donut shaped FM Radio

Posted in Radio by Reuben Drake on August 9th, 2007

Donut FM RadioSome gadgets are cool for their technology, some are cool for their looks and some have both. In this case I don’t know if it has either but it caught our eye nonetheless – probably just because we like donuts.

This Donut FM Radio has no ground breaking technology as it plays FM radio out of a mono-speaker’d plastic ring. It runs off of a single AA battery and has a wire antenna that pulls out of the battery case if needed. Operating the donut radio is simple. The inner ring turns to power the radio on and off and adjusts the volume causing a glowing blue ring to light up indicating the device is operational. The outer ring turns to tune in your station which always has one preset – whichever station you had it on last (provided you didn’t move the ring).

The device has …