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Game-800 pocket emulator

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2009

Game-800 pocket emulatorThis media player does it all. It will crank out music, videos and pictures, but it’ll also play your favorite old school video games. The device features a 320×240 LCD screen and has a software emulator on board that lets it play NES, Famicom, GameBoy, GameBoy Color and Sega Mega Drive games.

There’s even a text-to-speech eBook reader that can read any TXT file out loud in Chinese or English. Oh and a handy digital camera too, which must be low quality. You’ll get 4GB of onboard storage, which can be expanded up to 8GB total using an SD memory card.

Samsung S8000 and M8000 handsets leaked

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on March 26th, 2009

Samsung S8000 and M8000 handsets leakedIt looks like Samsung was ultra serious about releasing about a million touchscreen devices this year. Two more handsets have been leaked and despite the fact that they look exactly the same, they have some differences.

Both pack in a 240 x 400 resolution touchscreen and both have a home button. Their exteriors make them look like twins, but under the hood is where the differences are. We don’t know much about the S8000, but we do know it features a 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and autofocus. The M8000 also has the camera but is marketed toward the music-listening crowd with a music key on the screen and a 3.5mm headset jack.

Sony MP3 concept for all ages

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on March 26th, 2009

Sony MP3 concept for all agesThe latest conceptual Sony MP3 player by Damien Crossan looks like a warped Wii nunchuk. It features a simplified interface with keys that are clearly laid out and raised. The high contrast screen features light text on a dark background, making it easy to read. Available in 4GB to 8 GB of storage space, the gadget also features FM radio.

This Sony MP3 concept would target the older generation who enjoy portable music but have a hard time with new devices due to stiff fingers, poor vision and complicated interfaces. If this one ever sees the light of day, retirement homes will never be the same.

Intriguing Nokia 7205 Intrigue CDMA flip phone

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2009

Intriguing Nokia 7205 Intrigue CDMA flip phoneThe new Nokia 7205 Intrigue is a CDMA, 1X/EV–DO Rev flip-phone with a 2.2″ internal display with QVGA Resolution and a 1.9″ external display, 176×32 white PMOLED. It also features a 2.0 megapixel camera/camcorder with flash, GPS and Bluetooth, 2.5mm headset jack, with a microSD expansion slot to support up to 8GB of storage.

External touch sensitive controls make controlling the music player pretty easy and it will play nice with formats like MP3, WMA, unprotected AAC, and unprotected AAC+. The phone also comes with an Eco-Friendly charger that uses 50% less energy, should you be eco-minded.

SanDisk slotRadio shipping March 31st

Posted in SanDisk by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2009

Sansa slotRadio comes with 1,000 songsSanDisk will be shipping its slotRadio at the end of this month, so those looking for an MP3 player that doesn’t have an Apple logo can give it some love and see if it loves you back.

This player comes with a microSD memory card slot so you can have your choice of pre-loaded music. You can get it pre-loaded with Billboard hits cards that hold more than 1,000 tracks. Which means that for every song you like, there will be ten that you don’t.

Spaulding iHoop Basketball hoop

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 17th, 2009

Spaulding iHoop Basketball hoopIf you’ve been waiting patiently for something that combines your love of both the iPod and Basketball, your wait is over. I present to you the iHoop. Yeah I know, they thought it sounded cool, but you and I both know that it’s just iHop with an extra “o”.

You’ll be swishing shots to your favorite tunes with the new Spaulding iHoop. A standard adjustable tempered glass basketball hoop with an iPod dock built into the base and 3 speakers (two 3″ speakers and a 5″ subwoofer) pumping out a total of 30 watts.

Teac HD-1 HD Radio

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2009

Teac HD-1 HD RadioTeac has announced its first HD radio device, in the form of the TEAC HD-1. The iPod docking system comes equipped with HD Radio technology for a superior audio experience and compelling new content through HD Radio programming.

You can use the TEAC HD-1 with your iTunes collection via its iTunes Tagging capability. Some other features include a remote control, dual alarm clock with snooze button, five equalizer presets, and an iPod/iPhone charger. You can purchase the Teac HD-1 HD Radio at select Costco stores around the US for $129.99 each.

Zivix Headliner Guitar for Rock Band/Guitar Hero

Posted in Musical Instruments by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2009

Zivix Headliner Guitar for Rock Band/Guitar HeroThe problem with Guitar Hero and Rock Band is that people think they can actually play guitar. By people, I mean you. The Zivix Headliner is a real guitar that works with both games using special fingertip sensors. What this means for you?

Well, if you use this you may actually learn to play the guitar for real. Seriously, it has strings and everything, because you’re a big boy now. There’s no official release date for the Headliner yet, but they hope to have the guitar on store shelves sometime later this year.

The Beatles come to Rock Band

Posted in music by Conner Flynn on March 5th, 2009

The Beatles come to Rock BandFans of both The Beatles and Rock Band have reason to get excited. Very excited. Are you sitting down? MTV Games and Harmonix have just announced a partnership with Apple Corps, Ltd. to bring the band’s music (and instruments) to the Rock Band universe.

The game will apparently premiere with a set of new hardware “modeled after instruments used by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr throughout their career.” If you ceck out the site, there’s a holder page up with a launch date of September 9th, but as soon as we get more info, we’ll pass it on.

Marantz CR502 all-in-one music system

Posted in music by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2009

Marantz CR502 all-in-one music systemMarantz, known for its luxury hi-fi output, has announced the CR502, an all-in-one music system. The CR502 consists of two stereo amplifiers, each with 2 x 25W, adding up to 100W of music output and comes complete with a CD drive and DAB tuner.

You’ll also get a variety of inputs and outputs that includes a USB 2.0 port. It’s all packed into a compact aluminum chassis. The CR502 will also give you a clock radio and alarm with sleep functions. This all-in-one will cost you about GBP 499.

AT-AT Boombox destroys the rebellion with sound

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2009

AT-AT Boombox destroys the rebellion with soundWhile the AT-AT boombox is easily stopped by a headphones cord wrapped around the legs, it will destroy the morale of any rebels within earshot. Hoth bases easily fall to this beast when it’s cranking some Barry Manillow or Yanni.

This thing not only looks like an AT-AT Walker from the Star Wars movies, it actually functions as a boombox, complete with tape deck, speakers, and antennas.

Air Phones add some mood light to your music

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2009

Air Phones add some mood light to your musicIf you absolutely love music, designer Adam Silverstein has come up with a modular proximity speaker system called ‘Air Phones’ that should enhance your experience. It lets users play and share music on the go. The Air Phones speaker system is wireless, but it uses that ability to it’s advantage.

The speakers can be placed in anywhere. As you move, a wireless transmitter activates the speaker closest to you and the speaker illuminates the translucent diaphragm, adding some light. As you continue to move around, probably dancing, the music is transferred to the next closest speaker smoothly so that the flow of music is uninterrupted, wherever you go.

Antler Headphones will get you shot in the woods

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2009

Antler Headphones will get you shot in the woodsHere’s a great redneck way to listen to your favorite tunes. Preferably outdoors, where you aren’t poking holes in the wall. But if you have to sit in the woods while rocking out, be careful that some hunter doesn’t take a shot at you, otherwise you and your headphones will end up on his trophy wall looking like the lovechild of Bambi and Elton John.

More likely you’ll just wear these around town at night and it will lead to reports of strange sightings of a new man-beast with antlers.

Tokyoflash MP3 Tower

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2009

Tokyo Flash MP3 TowerLooks like our friends over at Tokyoflash got tired of making hard to decipher watches. And so the Tokyo Flash MP3 Tower was born. It features an integrated speaker on the base and a USB port to hook up USB flash drives with music files.

Red LEDs display the time straightforward for once, with volume and control buttons on top of the case. The device is powered by three AA batteries. And since the MP3 Tower is waterproof, so you take it with you in the shower. Just remember that you’ll need a waterproof USB flash drive too.

iBoobs combines rest, music and a soft bosom

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2009

iBoobs combines rest, music and a soft bosomRelaxation, music and boobs. What more do you want? Not all of us have an available bosom in our lives though. Whether your girlfriend is away or you just don’t have one, just rest your head on iBoobs and all will be right with the world.

It’s a boob inspired relaxation system that features soft padding with a velvet-type material, with nipples covering the speakers, (Not pictured) and it has a headphone jack wire with volume control to connect your MP3 player, mobile phone, computer, or TV. It also runs on batteries.