Posts Tagged ‘mp3 player accessories’
  • Rad Blast: The Boombox of the 80’s miniaturized and stuffed with 2GB storage.
    by Mike
    Posted December 15th, 2009 at 12:41 pm
    Take any stereotypical image you have of some inner city residents walking down the street in the mid 80's wanting to share some of their favorite music with the rest of the world. In today's world, we have things such as mp3 players, smartphones capable of streaming all kinds of content, and wireless headphones to aid in our sonic sharing. Those residents of Chicago circa 1982 however have nothing but a box and some beats. The now iconic image of late 80's life in the big cities illustrate...
  • Portable Stereo perfect for sharing tunes in a pinch no matter the source.
    by Mike
    Posted December 1st, 2009 at 8:26 pm
    Do you ever find yourself in the situation of wanting to share a song with a friend find sharing an ear wax laden bud too gross and the devices built in speaker (if it even has one) just not enough? There are plenty of options out there for those finding themselves in such circumstances. With an already saturated market, why not throw in another choice. Choices are king, right? With that in mind, the Portable Stereo offers up enough connectivity options that no matter the source, you should ...
  • Music has gone to the ducks. The iDuck Wireless, Waterproof speaker.
    by Mike
    Posted November 16th, 2009 at 9:49 am
    If you're like most humans, you engage in the fairly normal routine of bathing. How much or how long varies from person to person, but a simple dip beneath the H20 molecules is something that benefits you as well as everyone else that has to smell/see you. One fun pastime of bath/shower time is singing a tune. Why does bathing give us the urge to sing? I'm not quite sure, though I'm not a scientist so I wouldn't have the slightest clue in where to start such an experiment. Typically gad...
  • LEGO themed headphones bring back sweat dreams of years past…
    by Mike
    Posted October 7th, 2009 at 8:09 am
    Like many of the LEGO themed gadgets we've seen pass by us here at GS, the LEGO Earbuds are sure to appeal to that select group of "big kids", those of you who never quite grew up. I'm sure a fair amount of you have bins chock full of those little plastic building blocks. If your friend, family member, co-worker, or even yourself find yourself getting all giddy over these LEGO Earbuds, you may want to go ahead and pick up a couple pairs. Colors include: black, red, blue, pink and white. Ensu...
  • H2O Audio releases three water/sweat friendly headphones
    by Dirk
    Posted October 6th, 2009 at 10:40 pm
    [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="480" caption="Interval Waterproof Headphone System"][/caption] Those of you serious about music/podcasts and have a panache for swimming or excercise are in for a real treat.  H2O Audio released three new headsets, the Surge Pro (earbud headphones), the Surge Sportwrap (headphones that wrap around the neck) and the Interval Waterproof Headphone System, all which were designed to handle being submerged to 12 feet of water or even "heavy perspiration" wh...
  • Keep your noggin warm and your ear drums thumpin’ with the iHat
    by Mike
    Posted September 1st, 2009 at 1:06 pm
    Winter time can pose certain complications for gadget wearing foe. For example, while many walkers wear ear buds as their audio ear input of choice, easily slipping under most headwear, some prefer larger, more bulky styles. Obviously, these larger styles don't always fit under headwear or simply look incredibly dorky. Thankfully a solution has entered into the arena by way of the iHat. Now I know the iHat is not the first contestant to vie for your hard earned cash in this niche, however,...
  • Wow your friends with a wooden speaker/clock combo
    by Mike
    Posted August 26th, 2009 at 6:57 am
    If you like mashup gadgets, that is gadgets that try to impress by blending in multiple technologies, the wooden speaker-clock will surely be added to your list of must have gadgets. These wooden speakers look pretty normal to the naked eye, that is until your fire them up and see the digital clock shining through the wood. While it isn't a particularly hard task to achieve, seeing any kind of light shine through wood causes one to do a double take just because it isn't that common. The...
  • Enjoy audio nirvana with the Monkey Head Speaker
    by Mike
    Posted June 23rd, 2009 at 6:18 am
    Nothing says class and sophistication like a cute little monkey head blasting whatever it is that you call music into the open air. While some people use boring and more reserved styles of self expression through speakers, you aren't one to sit back and blend in with the rest of normalcy that is called life. No, you expressive fiend you, you grab life by the horns and blare your music loud and proud through the Monkey Head Speakers and their 2W of output power. After blaring has come to an...
  • TruTune buds bring out the color, befriend iPod Nano 4G
    by Mike
    Posted May 15th, 2009 at 8:36 am
    The iPhone 4G Nano was released in a multitude of different colors as to let people express themselves through their gadget favorite gadget. While it isn't entirely new for Apple to release a product in a rainbow of colors, it is rather uncommon in the gadget world as a whole. Usually manufacturers will go with only a few colors in order to keep manufacturing costs down. Some popular colors of this lesser choice model include black, silver, and black. Radius Products' "TruTune" earbuds loo...
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