Creative Technology has come out with the first new sound processor in years. If it has been a long time since you’ve worked on upgrading your system, then it is the right time to pick up SoundBlaster X-Fi Elite Pro. The product is being suggested because of its attention to detail and the clean sound, not to mention its low CPU utilization. It also offers a multitude of audio settings.
The hot chics now have a panty to whet their appetite for music. Hmmm…Surprised! Well, now you could loaf around the beach or make a special move into a hippie party with the iGroove Panty for iPod nano. The sexy, eye-catching iGroove Panty is made of black lace and is festooned with a pink ribbon and a small pouch for you iPod. The iGroove Panty for iPod nano comes packed in a gift box. That means you could flatter a hot and sexy lady by gifting her iGroove Panty.
Here is the new utilitarian MP3 player from the house of Panasonic, SV-SD300 that comes with a reasonable price of $149. The key features include 4-line LCD display, D. sound technology, support for both the highly used music formats-MP3 and WMA, 3.3mW + 3.3mW audio output and a battery life of 23 hours. All these specifications are packed in a slim and sleek size of 86 x 40 x 9.9mm and a weight of 35.4 grams. It could have been a high-end MP3 player if it had been integrated with any built-in memory. Anyways, it boasts a SD card slot. The SV-SD300 is available for sale in UK.
How cute! This lovely purple-pink Flower Pod is the new speaker that will play your favorite tracks. You can connect it to an iPod, MP3 player or a CD player. If you take a close look at the picture, you would find that the pink speaker lies in the middle surrounded by blue petals. The attention-grabbing Flower Pod is priced at $12.99 and is available online only at Target.com.
Designed with style and elegancy, the new Godot M9500 MP3 Player priced at £79.99 offers implausible 4GB storage capacity. It can store around 1000 MP3 songs and around 2000 WMA music files. The good thing is that you have the ease of downloading any tunes from web since all the main formats i.e. WMA, MP3 and DRM are supported by the Godot M9500 MP3 player. The Godot M9500 boasts a 12-minute Antishock that could withstand zigzag movements. It even features a high-definition voice recorder and Line-in MP3 encoding to convert your files to MP3. The multilingual Godot M9500 4GB MP3 player features more than enough to attract customers at a eye-catching price of £79.99.
Sandisk has claimed its new flash memory digital audio player, Sansa e280, to be the largest capacity flash-based personal music player on the market that comes festooned with a 8GB memory, a micro-SD slot for storage expansion upto 10 GB and a FM tuner. Sandisk’s Sansa e280 boasts 1.8-inch color LCD display, a play time of upto 20 hours and USB 2.0 connectivity. Unfortunately, it could not match the iPod nano in terms of thickness as it has double the size of iPod nano i.e. 1.7 x 3.5 x 0.5 inches. The Sansa e280 is likely to arrive in the middle of September with a retail price of around $249.99.
Get the power, texture and design in your palm with the new 8GB Sony NW-1000 and LG MFJM53 that offer a crystal clear audio and a stylish statement of strength and quality. The LG MFJM53 is more than just a typical MP3 player. Small and trendy, LG MFJM53 boasts a brilliant color display with a suite of voice recording, music, photo, e-books display and video functions. The LG MFJM53 supports Microsoft’s Plays for Sure and shows up as a player Windows Media Player can sync to straight away. The Sony NW-1000 delivers superb audio quality, enhancing your listening pleasure while on the move. Moreover, it offers you the option of plugging straight into your HiFi. Both are designed glossy black and support USB 2.0 swift interface. With any of these two in your pocket, there is no chance you will get bored.
If you have a fervor for music and you love to lay your hands on the costliest MP3 player in the market, the TrekStor Flash MP3 player is indeed your cup-of-tea since the price tag attached to it reads € 17.999 (approx. US $23,000). The player is encased in gold and decked with 63 jewels. The flash MP3 player supports USB 2.0 interface and is compatible with all the formats including MP3, WMA, WAV, ASF, OGG. The luxury MP3 player is packed in a sleek size of 75 mm x 32 mm x 16 mm and weighs 40 grams only. Get ready to feel the difference of owning something unique with this luxury gold plated flash MP3 player in your hand.
Listening to music with your iPod in hand under a cool shower depicts the death ceremony of your iPod. Well, the statement is no more true, thanks to the Otterbox, a waterproof iPod case that lets you enjoy the rain and take a morning shower with your iPod in hands. That’s really cool! The hard-wearing waterproof Otterbox cases fits the iPod 20GB, 30/40/60GB, mini, and shuffle models. You can also opt for the waterproof headphones. Get one for yourself and enjoy a musical shower with your iPod.
We can take the new Newman M790 MP3 Player as a new spin on the idea of MP3 designing. But, I really don’t find anything great in designing part. The Newman M790 boasts a swivel-screen for the sake of cute and stylish looks only. Otherwise, I don’t feel the need for an extra piece while the functioning still remains the same. Anyway, the Newman M790 MP3 player features 512MB memory, SD slot, 260K color screen, full support for MP3 and WMA music files and sadly, the very old USB 1.1 interface. Good Luck Newman! Hope music-savvy guys love your worthless designing part.