MP3 player

 
  • Shrek MP3 player should be made immediately

    Shrek MP3 player should be made immediately

    Designer Sang-hoon Lee has designed these odd little headphones in the shape of everyone's favorite green monster. These are obviously not ever going to be made, but it's a clever little prototype. Read More

  • Archos 2,4 flash players appear

    Archos 2,4 flash players appear

    The new Archos 2 flash player goes for about $60 for 8GB of storage and it has MicroSD slot. Another device, the Archos 4, seems to be hiding right now but it will have a 4-inch screen and 16- and 32GB flash innards. Read More

  • Thanko sells neckband earphones with integrated MP3 player

    Thanko sells neckband earphones with integrated MP3 player

    Tokyo-based online gadget store Thanko (they have an English site) is now selling the Sport MP3, a combination of neckband earphones and an MP3 player [JP]. And this time it's nothing weird. Thanko just says the Sport MP3 is the perfect solution for people wanting to listen to music and do sports at the same time. Read More

  • Hands on with the Samsung P3 touchscreen mp3 player

    Got some nice blurrycam video of Samsung's latest cool mp3 player, the P3. It's tiny, slim, and the touchscreen is pretty nice. You'll be able to load widgets on it, and it's got a microphone and speaker so there's even the possibility for something like VOIP. Clicky clicky for video! Read More

  • iCap MP3 player for those who want to party

    iCap MP3 player for those who want to party

    If you want your friend or relative to get beaten up, this is the perfect gift for them. The iCap is an MP3 player with a speaker mounted on the brim of the cap. It holds 1GB of songs, features an FM tuner, voice recorder, and if you want to defeat the purpose of it you can plug in your headphones in a line out jack. Buy one here for only $99.95 (free shipping!). Because the holidays are about… Read More

  • Review: Sansa View 16GB

    Review: Sansa View 16GB

    I like Sansa media players.  I always have.  They’re not quite as sexy as Apple iPods, and they’re not that much cheaper, really.  The reason I like the Sansa players is because they don’t require any special software on my computer — heck, the review model I received contained only the player itself and the USB cable: no software CD at all!  As a GNU/Linux user, I… Read More

  • Freestyle Audio updates their waterproof MP3 player lineup with the Soundwave

    Freestyle Audio updates their waterproof MP3 player lineup with the Soundwave

    Look at what the cat dragged in. Freestyle Audio (you remember them, right?) has updated their product line with a more rugged MP3 player, the Soundwave. It’s waterproof up to 10 feet, which is perfect for most water sports like surfing except for diving and comes with 2GB built-in, which trumps the Sport’s 1GB of built-in memory. It boasts an 18-hour battery life, FM radio tuner… Read More

  • Review: Slacker G2 personal radio player

    Review: Slacker G2 personal radio player

    Today, Slacker announced the G2 personal radio player, which is 10x better than the first gen device. The 4GB model handles 25 stations while the 8GB model stores up to 40 are available for $200 and $250, respectively. The Wi-Fi has also been beefed up and battery life is up around 15 hours. The G2 is 40 percent smaller than the first gen model and you can side load your own music to the device… Read More

  • Share your MP3-player with up to 5 people using the i2! wireless transceiver

    Share your MP3-player with up to 5 people using the i2! wireless transceiver

    Today Thanko introduced the so-called i2!, a 2.4 GHz digital wireless transmitter for portable audio players. After connecting your MP3-player to an i2!, you can share music with up to 5 people within a radius of 10m. The device features a frequency response of 10Hz-24,000Hz, a bit rate of 16bit at 48kbps Stereo and an audio latency of 20ms. 5 hours of music playback are possible after charging… Read More

  • New sunglasses with built-in camera and MP3-player

    New sunglasses with built-in camera and MP3-player

    Today accessory maker Otas unveiled its newest product, the so-called aigo Camera sunglasses MP3 F566+. The glasses come with a 1.3 megapixel camera, an MP3-player, 2 GB of internal memory, a USB port and a wireless remote control. The device weighs just 45 grams. Otas says the internal memory is enough to store up to 20,000 photographs. The highest picture quality possible is 1280×1024. Read More