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Hello Kitty MP3 player

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2009

Hello Kitty MP3 playerHello Kitty strikes again. iRiver just unveiled their latest MP3 player in the likeness of the Little furball. As usual with this sort of thing, don’t expect great specs. It’s basically a paperweight that plays music. It features 2GB of storage space, MP3 and WMA support and an integrated FM radio with no display.

It’s available in Japan for about $60 and we hope it stays there. I guess the lame specs show what the Hello Kitty people think of their fans. Just slap a cat face on it and people will buy it.

Miffy bunny DAP with adorable dock

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2009

Miffy bunny DAP with adorable dockMeet Miffy. This little bunny is all set to give Hello Kitty a run for her money. Apparently Miffy is from Dutch children’s books or something, and has now been made into an mp3 player. The grassy dock is what really sells you on the cuteness.

It’s made by MobiBLU. We don’t have a price or capacity yet, but it should be available this month. Choose this over the evil Hello Kitty, won’t you?

iRiver P35 official for this fall

Posted in iRiver by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2009

iRiver P35 official for this FallInterestingly, a P35 teaser has shown up on iRiver’s website. Until now many were thinking that because the player had an integrated digital TV tuner that is not supported by any U.S broadcaster, that the device would not make it to US shores.

But as we pointed out months ago, there are several versions of the P35. There’s one with digital TV, there’s a WIFI version and a “basic” version with no WIFI. We’re looking forward to learning more about this one. Color us interested.

Microsoft Zune to get exclusive animated comedy series

Posted in Microsoft by Shane McGlaun on May 5th, 2009

citycouncil3050-sbWhen Microsoft launched its Zune DAP it hoped that the device would dethrone Apple as the leader in the digital music category. That failed to happen and Microsoft languishes in third spot in sales behind Apple and SanDisk.

Microsoft has announced a new exclusive animated series for the Zune that the software giant hopes will lure digital content fans to the Zune platform. The series is called City Council 3050 AD and the pilot episode will debut in Seattle later this month.

iRiver T5 gets official

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2009

iRiver T5 gets officialiRiver Japan has announced the T5, a pen drive sized MP3 player that takes quite a pretty picture. The DAP comes with a monochrome display, FM tuner and a microphone.

You can get it in 2GB and 4GB flavors and it supports MP3 and WMA playback. The device measures just 78×25×14mm and weighs only 26.3 grams. The 4GB model sells in Japan for $65.

iRiver LZR Racer Aquabeat for underwater tunes

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on April 14th, 2009

iRiver LZR Racer Aquabeat for underwater tunesIt’s that time of year again. iRiver has teamed up with Speedo to introduce the LZR Racer Aquabeat, an underwater MP3 player. The DAP can handle 3 meter depths and up to 30 minutes of underwater swimming.

The Aquabeat features 2 GB of internal memory and supports playback of MP3 and WMA files. There’s no display, but it has the basic controls like play,stop, change track and volume control. The Aquabeat is available in Japan only for about $145.

Coby’s MP600: A $20 Nano competitor

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2009

Coby’s MP600: A $20 Nano competitorCoby’s MP600 Video MP3 Player takes some obvious inspiration from the iPod Nano. It features a 1.44″ LCD screen that will play back all of your MTV video files, JPG photos, read text files as well as MP3 and WMA files. You’ll also get FM radio.

The best part is that they didn’t clone the price, which is just over $20 for the 2GB version. The 4GB version will cost you $29.99. So if you’re looking for a cheap alternative for the Nano, you might want to check it out.


Guy gives classified DAP back to US, gets a new one

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2009

Man buys used MP3 player with US Army classified informationLooks like there was a happy ending for Chris Ogle. He’s the New Zealander who purchased an MP3 player that turned out to be full of classified US Army stuff from a thrift store. According to Reuters, the man gave the device back to US authorities.

But as a reward for his cooperation, he got a brand new MP3 player. We don’t know what brand he got, but we suspect that Uncle Sam bought it for him with your tax money. We will probably never know. But, hey at least they did that much for him.

MobiBLU UFO audio player

Posted in Digital Audio by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2009

MobiBLU UFO audio playerIt doesn’t fly. Does not participate in cattle mutilation. There is no little grey man driving. This UFO dubbed the MobiBLU UFO, is a stylish looking audio player.

It does double duty as an MP3 player and a Bluetooth speaker/headset. Some specs include: Capacity at 2, 4, and 8GB, MP3, WMA, and Ogg, Built-in Speakers (2W), Bluetooth Support, Battery Life of 15 hours with headphones, and 5 hours with speakers. The design is different, that’s for sure.

Microsoft adds new features to all Zunes with free update

Posted in Microsoft by Shane McGlaun on September 16th, 2008

Zune UpdateOdds are that most people shopping for a MP3 player are going to end up opting for an iPod of one model or another. Some folks out there will look for alternatives to Apple’s offerings though for one reason or another. Microsoft’s line of Zune players may be just the ticket for music fans looking for Apple alternatives.

Microsoft’s latest update for all Zune players is now available. The update adds some nice new features including free Wi-Fi access to the Zune Marketplace from Wayport hotspots in more than 9800 McDonald’s restaurants around the country.

ZVUE’s 1GB Journey DAP loaded with 22 tracks

Posted in Digital Audio by Conner Flynn on July 25th, 2008

ZVUE’s 1GB Journey DAP
You’re bound to either love this one or hate it. Be sure to let us know where you stand. ZVUE’s 1GB pre-loaded Journey MP3 player is of course decked out like an ’80s Journey Album cover on the outside.

Inside, you get 22 Journey tracks pre-loaded. 11 new, 11 that you’ve been sick of for years. It’s like buying Journey’s greatest hits album and getting a DAP as well. At $39.88, that’s like a $1.80 per song. So, do you want one? Or will you touch and go your separate ways?


Creative Zen Krystal DAP

Posted in Digital Audio by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2008

Creative Zen Krystal DAP
AnythingbutiPod found some interesting info about the new and very plain looking Creative Zen Krystal. The new DAP sports 4GB of storage capacity, FM Tuner, blue OLED display, a built-in pedometer and support for MP3 and WMA file formats.

It will give you 10 hours of battery life, stopwatch, radio, clock and voice recorder. It measures 57mm x 37mm x 10.8mm. Comes with a pouch and wristband as well as standard earbuds and USB cable so it’s ready to use. It’s available at Creative’s Hong Kong site for about €55.

Creative announces Zen X-Fi and X-Fi with Wireless LAN DAPs

Posted in Creative by Shane McGlaun on July 14th, 2008

Creative ZEN X-FiWhen Creative first launched its X-Fi technology it was seen in sound cards for computers. The X-Fi sound cards were very good and offered excellent sound for PC gaming and movies. Since the launch of the X-Fi technology creative has rolled X-Fi out to other product types.

The latest product to get the X-Fi treatment is the ZEN line of digital audio players. Creative announced today that the ZEN X-Fi with Wireless LAN DAP is now available. The player features a 2.5-inch TFT screen with support for 16.7 million colors, SD card slot for memory expansion, a built-in FM tuner with 32 presets and a built-in mic for voice recording.

Thanko’s solar-powered DAP

Posted in Digital Audio by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2008

Thanko’s solar-powered DAP
As far as solar devices go, Thanko’s DAP actually looks pretty nice. I’ve seen much worse. In the front it looks like any other device with a 1.8-inch 220 x 176 resolution display, 4GB of internal storage space and a miniSD expansion slot.

But in the back is where you’ll find the solar panel that doubles as a stand for the unit. Just stand the whole thing up as shown and let it soak up the sun. It can also be charged via USB. No word on a price or release date, so who knows if we’ll ever see it in the U.S.

Creative MuVo T100 looks like a long Zen Stone

Posted in Creative,Portable Meda Players by Nino Marchetti on September 26th, 2007

Creative MuVo T100Creative is rolling out a new MP3 player today which looks like an overgrown Zen Stone. The new MuVo T100 will initially be available in Singapore at the end of October.

The Creative MuVo T100 comes in a variety of colors and serves double duty as a USB thumb drive and music player. It’s available in 2GB and 4GB sizes, measuring 25 x 77 x 8.9mm and weighing a lightweight 17.8 grams. It has a built-in USB connector and can get upwards of ten hours of audio between charges.

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