Viewing visuals on small screens for extended periods is one of the major reasons for optical weakness that most of the users of portable media players suffer from. Now you may put your hitch of small screens at rest for Ion Audio has come up with the “iProjector”, featuring 800-by-600-pixel resolution, which will allow you to move the video from your iPod or other player and project it onto a screen of up to 30 by 90 inches, thus, avoid early spectacles. Above all, you may connect the iProjector with a computer, DVD player and game console as well. No exact words on pricing and availability.
Ever-growing Popularity of iPod has drawn a number of manufacturers to produce various accessories for the potent player. The Homedics Sound Spa is one more iPod docking station but with a difference. With the capacity of playing your pet tunes as an alarm clock, the Homedics Sound Spa features AM/FM radio and speaker efficiencies. Its special knack of projecting the current time against the ceiling in a soothing blue light makes it different from other docking systems available around. You can choose between half a dozen pre-loaded nature jingles for your morning wakeup call. Above all, the Homedics Sound Spa comes with a one-year limited warranty for a moderate US $79.99 pricing.
IRIVER S7 is a stylish DAP that has hit the Korean market. The DAP measures only 42 x 30 x 9.6mm. The DAP can hold up to 1 GB of data for you and supports OGG, MP3, WMA and ASF files. It also features HD sound and SRS WOW HD effect. So you can cherish your favorite music with this fashionable featherweight DAP. It weighs only 15g and comes with a FM tuner.
The Kana-SD MP3 player is the new pocket-friendly DAP from Greenhouse, a company that you haven’t herd of before, but the shape and features of their forthcoming MP3 player will put down the name of the company if your memories for a longer period. Featuring a tiny LCD display, USB 1.1 connectivity, together with USB-stick design and 1GB of storage, the new MP3 player comes in 1.12- x 3.27- x 0.87-inch dimension and offers seven hours of continuous playback from a single AA battery. Apart from MP3, the Kana-SD player can play WMA format as well. You may choose between the white, red and black colors. The most attractive feature that is gona rock is its price tag. You won’t believe that you would be able to own the Kana-SD MP3 player for just about $52. It will be available to you by the close of the month.
PMP market is swamped with innumerable MP3s and lots mote are hitting the market day after day. Adding to the list, IOPS BlueQ, a new MP3 player from Korea, with the support of Bluetooth class2 is the latest arrival in the stores. Supporting MP3, WMA audio, MPEG4 and Flash video, in addition to JPEG image filesand FM tuner, the IOPS BlueQ flaunts a 1.8-inch 260k color TFT LCD display, together with USB2.0 connectivity. The best feature that may allure you is its incorporated Li-ion battery that allows you a continuous playback of 33 hours. You may choose between the black and white colors. The BlueQ will cost about $194 for the 1GB and about $237 for the 2GB capacity player. All features seem to be just right apart from the cost that appears bit high, even if you compare it to the mighty iPod. So, it is up to you, whether you go for the new BlueQ or……
Sun connection has rolled out a stylish portable media player inspired from the shape of your favorite portable game machine Nokia NGage. The player features a 2.5′ LCD display, a camera, in-built speakers, a USB 2.0 for easy connectivity and an AV input/output. The SC-VP128SD measures 115 x 65 x 18mm and weighs just 90g. You can also cherish your favorite tracks in MP3 and WMA, and ASF formats that can be stored in its 138MB inbuilt memory or in an attachable SD card. The product is capable of offering good entertainment and is available just 63.00 euros.
Imagine that you are riding a bicycle on a cool morning and you want to hit a button on your iPod. I would never like to take off the glove and then press a button…! So here is the solution. You just need to collect some electronic components and clip them together to make your own simple radio-frequency ID system that can control your iPod without any wires. The system is so handy that you can fit a tag inside your glove and in case you want to make some change with the playback, you just need to flip your hand in front of your jacket and the device will immediately respond to the action.
Days have gone when you have to travel all over the places with a bulky camera hanging around your neck to capture a beautiful or scenic picture in a photo frame for your living room or present to a friend or loved one. Under cooperation with IDAS, Korean company ARTMU Museum of Art has come up with its latest ‘DEF-080PM’, a digital picture frame adding an MP3 player, speakers and a wireless remote, to playback your favorite songs or music. Featuring 640×480, 8-inch display, you may expand the 128MB internal memory of the electronic photo frame to 2GB, owing to the SD/MMC card slot, for loading up your favorite pictures. You may choose between silver, red and blue color. Suggested price for the DEF-080PM digital picture frame is 250,000 KRW (about $270 US). Sorry pals, you will have to wait for a while, as currently it is only for the Korean market.
Looking for a special Christmas gift for someone special? A limited number of the pink Zune, out of the 100 special editions, by Microsoft is available on eBay for a massive $960. Though, the price is very high from the original cost of pink Zune, pricing barely matters when you are searching a special gift for a unique person in your life. So don’t loiter and hurry to snatch one, out of the thin air, or rummage around for some other present.
Rejuvenated with the grand success of “Chocolate” phone, LG has decided to continue the Chocolate series in the digital music market. Their new music player UP3 Flat is just right example of their obsession with Chocolate and the hope to turn their luck in the MP3 market, where they will have to face a fierce competition from the mighty iPod and hot Zune. Featuring Chocolate style buttons, arrow keys for music navigation, the ability to record voice and WMA, ASF, and OGG Vorbis audio codecs, the UP3 Flat connects to a computer via the USB port, but it has a retractable USB connector that slides out of the bottom instead of a cable. Even it isn’t much bigger than the size of your cigarette lighter. The new LG MP3 also flaunts 10-hour battery life, not too bad considering the player’s small size, and is available in 512MB, 1GB and 2GB sizes that can store about 125, 250 or 500 songs respectively. The UP3 comes in a shiny and sleek, piano-black design measuring 25 x 75.4 x 9.6 mm with a mere 18.5 grams weight. The 512MB will cost about 60000 Won ($65) and will soon debut in Korea. The glistening and lustrous design of UP3 offers a nice contrast to the iPod Shuffle that may provide another cost-effective option to choose a Christmas gift for a friend or loved one