One more flash player has plunged into the market without any hustle and bustle. Nothing innovative in its approach, the new Philips GoGear SA1335 is pretty modish and sleek design-wise. You can listen to your favorite tracks on the move as the SA1335 comes with 12 hours back up for MP3, WAV, or WMA. Other key features include large OLED display, FM tuner, voice recording and USB 2.0 connectivity for faster music transfer. The most eye-pleasing thing to me about the new Philips GoGear SA1335 is that it packs all these features in a compact and sleek size of 3.17 x 1.24 x 0.59 inches. The graceful mirrored surface is attention-grabbing. The flash media player is priced at a reasonable price of about $100.
Ramos v100 is a mini PMP that is just little bigger than a credit card but carries a cluster of features embedded in its compact design. V100 is the first flash-based PMP to play Real Media video. Besides, it also plays flash movie and comes with NES emulator. It is equipped with freescale MC9328MXL CPU (ARM920Tat 200mhz), Philips UDA1380TT audio decoder Built in mic, voice recording, Dual headphone jacks and all those things that you can think of in a PMP. It comes with 512mb or 1gb flash memory, for 700 Yuan ($89 USD) and 800 Yuan ($102 USD) respectively.
Philips’ latest portable DVD player has added a feature that just might persuade me to pick one up. In addition to the usual DVD player and LCD screen, the player has a lustrous incorporated dock for your iPod. The Philips DCP850 player offers a nice big 8.5-inch 16:9 widescreen display, and a slim line DVD player, but its real difference is that it can play audio and video files directly from your video iPod. You merely pop out the player’s remote control and pop in your iPod. The player can even charge your iPod while docked. In addition to DVD, DVD+/-R and DVD+/-RW, (S)VCD, formats, the $200 player can also play back DivX or MPEG4 format videos from a built-in SD memory slot. The DCP850 also features Dolby Digital audio, and built in stereo speakers for audio playback. Battery life is just 2.5 hours, though I have a funny feeling you might get more play time if you’re not running the DVD player’s motor. Via: random-good-stuff
If you want to enjoy video, photos and music on the move, here is the latest SA6025/37 portable music player from Philips. This high-tech portable video companion features a high quality 2.2′ color display and up to 4 hours of video playtime. The latest Philips SA6025/37, which is measured not more than 93.5 x 53.2 H x 12.5 mm and weighed just 75g, features a 2.2-iunch QVGA 65k color LCD display, support for MP3 & WMA music and WMV9 video along with voice recording. It is also consisted with 2GB internal memory, integrated FM Tuner and the LI-Polymer battery that facilitates up to 15 hours of playing time.