The Samsung shakeable “TicToc” mp3 player knows what you want by how hard you shake.

I was at CES 2010, yet I didn’t even notice this little gem in Samsung’s booth miniature city. In the midst of pencil thin TV’s, smartphones, and 3D everything, a little mp3 player that does nothing more than play some songs seems pretty unimportant.

And for the most part, it is. But there is something cool to be had to whomever purchases this little player. The built in accelerometer can change the music by shaking. “Big whoop” you say? How about this — if you shake it slow, a slow song will play. Shake it fast and, well, you get it. That’s pretty clever if you ask me. It won’t keeping those looking to buy an iPod Touch from buy an iPod Touch. But for those looking for a simple player, they’ll get just that and a few extra trinkets tucked in for good measure.

Look for the officially named “TicToc” to drop this year in 2GB and 4GB capacities and supporting MP3, WMA, OGG and FLAC audio formats. The player itself and designer plastic sleeves are frustratingly without an accompanying price tag for now. Still interested?

Oh Gizmo!