Posts Tagged ‘Mp3 players’
  • Steampunk headphones with bonus video camera on board. Chronicle your life!
    by Dirk
    Posted February 26th, 2010 at 7:41 am
    When I seek out a new pair of headphones, the one and only feature I care about is audio quality. Fit is a close second. Appearance however doesn't even come close. But headphones have become so much more in recent years as mp3 players and smartphones have driven us to block out the outside world. The headphones you see above were designed by William Gerwin and feature not only that Steampunk design that is captivating everyone, but a video camera mounted to the side to capture all of yo...
  • Zune 4.0 kills “squirting”?
    by Mike
    Posted September 15th, 2009 at 5:54 am
    Can you imagine a world without squirting? While many die hard Zune users and honest to goodness geeks stayed up until the wee hours of the morning waiting for the Zune 4.0 software, others retired to their sleeping chambers ready to conquer another day. The reason for the all nighter of course was the release of the Zune 4.0 software. With the 4.0 update comes many new features (and removal of some) such as device apps with more to come, download-to-own, and "Smart DJ" playlists to name ...
  • Turn your old Cowon X5 into a Compact Flash toting powerhouse of audio nirvana and flash goodness
    by Mike
    Posted May 14th, 2009 at 5:00 am
    For many, MP3 player is synonymous with iPod.  However, in terms of audio quality, the iPod is far from the top of the heap.  Back when hard drive mp3 players were big, units such as the Rio Karma, iRiver iHP-120 (my favorite...mine still works), and Cowon's X5 were the real kings of audio when actual audio quality was considered - something that seems to have fallen by the wayside today.  If you want to bring some new school love to an old friend, in this case an old Cowon X5, reinvent y...
  • Obscure Atree J2 PMP dazzles with copious amounts of mediocrity.
    by Mike
    Posted May 12th, 2009 at 1:33 pm
    Take a gander at your local mp3 player/PMP department at your local best buy and you will see every type of style of player you can think of under the sun, all under one roof. While there are a ton of players to choose from, there really isn't that much differentiation between the various models. You could in fact say the MP3/PMP player market is saturated. So what does a device like the Atree J2 PMP bring to the market that we haven't seen before? (more...)...
  • “Zune HD” rumors/information heat up.
    by Mike
    Posted April 15th, 2009 at 6:57 pm
    While the Zune has enjoyed so far a reign of mediocrity, Microsoft is looking to change things up a bit and bring the superbly average device up to 2007 specs.  While I have some pretty thick criticism flying forward from the start, I am pretty excited to see the Zune HD or whatever Microsoft decides to name this thing.  So far the funning list of more or less "known" facts according to Neowin looks like this:  3.6" (give or take a few tenths) OLED touchscreen Nvidia Tegra inside ...
  • Colorsonic coceptual MP3 player gives your tunes colors
    by Mike
    Posted January 30th, 2009 at 8:28 am
      Ever wish you could choose what type of music you're listening to based on color or your emotional state?  If you answered yes, Rhea Jeong's conceptual Colorsonic MP3 player might be just the player for you.  Lacking frivilous things such as an actual display, the Colorsonic instead uses different colored sections on its body.  You can organize music based on color.  For instance, lovey dovey songs go to red, happy songs to yellow, murderous songs to black, etc.  After that, simply ...
  • 2TB SDXC cards coming to a gadget near you.
    by Mike
    Posted January 7th, 2009 at 11:41 am
    With the ocean of formats available for what seems like an equally full ocean of different types of cards, you may think oh *expletive* at hearing of another storage format.  Fret not fellow readers for it is a backwards compatible format for SD cards dubbed SDXC SD (eXtended Capacity).  What is the benefit of these new fangled cards?  How about storage up to 2TB!  The cards rely on Microsofts exFat file format.  A few examples of what you can store on this thing are: 4,000 RAW images, ...
  • Sunglasses double as Solar Charger
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2009 at 8:05 am
    Have you ever been out and about and your phone dies, or your Mp3 player stops pumping out music?  You either don't have a charger with you or aren't near a power outlet.  Well two designers, Hyun-Joong Kim and Kwang-Seok Jeong, have come up with a brilliant idea.  They designed a pair off sunglasses with dye solar cells that turn sun power into gadget power.  All you have to do is plug the electronics of your choice into the power jack on the back of the glasses and you're good to go! ...
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