12/08/2009, SAFA of Korea has rolled out its latest MP3 player known as tting, which is based upon the motto of ‘Art to Fun’. Gotta love the hidden display that lights up in different patterns whenever in use. While we have no further information on the SAFA tting, we would suppose different functions meant a different arrangement of lighted LEDs.Definitely mesmerizing, this.
12/08/2009, [Traveling Geeks] MXP4 is a new interactive audio format that lets people to remix on the fly different song versions. The company has developed a suite of creative tools for artists and producers to deliver a new interactive listening, premium and personalized playback experiences to listeners. Check out the video in the full post.
12/07/2009, The Swimmer’s Waterproof MP3 player certainly isn’t the first waterproof MP3 player that we’ve seen, but you might as well check it out, in case you’re in the market and comparing various offerings. The player comes with 1GB of built-in memory and supports MP3 and WMV audio playback. You’re offered basic controls such as volume, forward/backward, and the all important play/pause button. The battery should last you about 6 hours, […]
11/28/2009, Looking for a small MP3 player so you can sneak some tunes while you’re in class? Check out the Micro Sport Japanese MP3 Player, which is tiny (as pictured), but despite its small size, the creators of it managed to cram 4GB of storage space and a rechargeable battery inside it. Surprisingly, it also features stereo sound, with the other earbud attached directly to the side of the main unit, […]
11/25/2009, Creative has happily introduced its third generation Vado HD Pocket Video Cam to the world. For $179.99, you’ll be able to pick up this 4GB media player from Amazon. Some of the improvements include improved video quality under extreme lighting conditions, external stereo microphone support, headphone output, motion detection mode and still photo capture mode. Check out the features and specs of the Vado HD Pocket Video Cam at Creative’s […]
11/18/2009, Olive Media Inc has released this 4HD high-end music server that aims to match the 24-bit/192Khz standard used in recording studios (for reference, CDs are encoded with 16-bit values at 44.1Khz). Assuming that you have the speaker setup that matches what the Olive 4HD can output, you would hear how “music sounds as it is recorded”. The Olive 4HD comes with 2TB of storage, which is equivalent to 20,000 HD […]
11/17/2009, Many people think that the hearing impaired would have lost a large part of being human, that is, being unable to experience the joy of music. Well, have you ever attended a deaf church’s worship service? Those involve drums that lets the congregation literally feel the beat of the song, and the Sounzzz concept is a visual, audio, tactile MP3 player that can not only work for the hearing impaired […]
11/10/2009, ONDA’s VX343 MP3 player certainly has a rather weird looking form factor, looking a bit like a makeup kit. Regardless of what shape the MP3 player is, it’s still going to play you those ever-important songs, and for $14, it’s certainly not something you have to plan your finances for. The capacity of this MP3 player probably won’t exceed 2GB though, tough.
11/04/2009, Justin merges the old and the new by incorporating playback of digital music using the functionality of a cassette which holds a microUSB port which can be connected to a compatible MP3 player. Perhaps future iterations will see FF/REW capabilities built right in, which can be triggered by turning the spools. Inconvenient, but cool.
11/03/2009, Most of you have seen the SAFA XING MP3 player that we reported on some time back, and this time the Korean MP3 player maker has come back with an updated version of the SAFA XING, dubbed the SAFA XING LED MP3 player. In case you were wondering, yes, the difference is the LEDs on top of the MP3 player, not to mention that the form factor has changed from […]
11/03/2009, Want a robotic pet that will follow you around and play music? Well, that’s the Mint Tank Music Player. Sporting USB connectivity, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 2 speakers, and remote control, this little robot will follow you around, obey your commands and won’t complain even if you ignore it. The really cool thing is that if you’ve got 2 of these tanks in the same vicinity, they’ll communicate with each other, and […]
10/24/2009, After playing with the Zune HD for some time, here’s the complete review. The first Zune was an interesting device, but it was not sexy and didn’t have any real edge over the iPod, except in two areas: the WIFI sync and more importantly, the Zune Pass: a music rental option that doesn’t exist with Apple. The Zune HD *is* sexy, slim and solidly built. It is actually smaller than […]
10/17/2009, We’re not too sure why Sandisk’s rather nice Sansa Clip+ wasn’t available in Canada before this, but the good news is that it’s finally there! Time to break the piggy bank and go for it. The pricing for the Sansa Clip+ is: $49.99 CAD – 2GB $59.99 CAD – 4GB $79.99 CAD – 8GB
08/31/2009, Sandisk just came out with the Sansa Clip+, a 8GB MP3 player that keeps all the charm of the Sansa Clip (small, light, cheap, FM radio, music rental…) but adds: SD slot SlotRadio (1000 songs per MicroSD card) Ogg Vorbis, FLAC and audio books support The Sansa Clip+ feels just a little lighter than the original Sansa Clip. With the Micro-SD slot, there’s probably more storage than most people need. […]