Ramos China lately launched its chocolized RM650 MP3 player. The device is driven by Sigmatel 3650 solution and flaunts a 2.4-inch TFT LCD display, 1GB internal memory, MP3 and WMA support, ACI, XviD video and JPEG images, and integrated FM Tuner. Check out some more fine resolution shots of the RM650. Via: itechnews
The latest news around the hot tub is that Apple is prepping a WiFi iPod for the Q3 this year. The rumor is strong provided the information that Universal Scientific Industrial (USI) will supply the Wi-Fi modules and Foxconn will assemble the player. Anyway, Apple and Microsoft are not the obnkly two firms planning WiFi music players. Other companies such as Sony, Samsung, and Sandisk are also in the race. Apple will need to augment the battery capacity of its iPod in order to stuff WiFi functionality into the device or lower the power consumption. Apple iPhone played with us a lot and I think the WiFi iPod is all set to play the tricks now. Via: TGdaily
Now, kids can shake to the tune of their favourite songs with the sanDisk Sansa Shaker, an MP3 Player just for the kids. The trendy Sansa Shaker allows you to hear your favourite song through the built-in speakers or the dual headphone jacks, that even makes it possible to share the song with your dear ones. It has a 512MB internal memory and an SD slot for additional memory. You can change the song via navigation bands or the ‘shake’ feature. The Sansa Shaker carries along a USB cable, lanyard, pre-loaded songs, and colorful stickers to customize the player. SanDisk Sansa Shaker is available in blue or pink color, and is priced at $39.99. Source.
Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2007 saw Halloa release MP3 headphones, which support SD/MMC card and USB 2.0 flash disk. With these headphones, all you are required to do is to fill up either of the above devices and plug it directly into one side of headphones. If you are kinda tired of carrying around your MP3 player and headphones, get one of these. But don’t complain to me if people call you an alien (which they of course may be already doing.) Seriously, these headphones look too bulky and just imagine them with USB drive sticking out. I guess convenience has a price after all. Pictures: aving Source: about-electronics
Korean manufacturer, Slaudiolab, is about to unleash a state of the art Bluetooth audio transmitter which gets fitted to your iPod. This SRS-200BD Bluetooth audio transmitter is rather an interface between your iPod and your iPod dock. It offers you a high quality digital audio experience via Bluetooth connectivity. The treat is actually the SRS WOW HD audio effect which you can never miss. Via: Itechnews
Market is flooded with all sorts of iPod accessories. Jam Jacket by DLO (Digital Lifestyle Outfitters) scores over all the others. It makes your iPod look better and simultaneously provides an easier way to deal with those messy earphone wires. It has an integrated Headphone Management System and thereby eliminates the need to wrap the earphone wires around your hands and shove them into your trouser pockets. Jam Jacket has neat little extension at the back around which wires can be wrapped and 3.5mm audio jacks and earbuds have their own cutouts that they can rest in. Jam Jacket, a silicone case, also features full click wheel protection with embossed buttons to make it easier to find the controls. It also has a larger opening for dock connectors. It is designed especially for 30GB iPod with video. Trust me and grab one for $20. And yes it looks great, too. Source: gizmodo
We have heard a lot about the Apple iPod laser etchings and mesmerizing skins but did you hear of an Apple iPod in real 24carat Gold? The Amosu’s new line of iPods in their entire 24k splendor is sure to add zing to your much loved track. You can have the 30GB version for $600 while the 80GB model will set you back $800.
Shakira likes apple ipod 24 carat Gold. Shakira Isabel Mebarak, higher quality because Shakira is really a Colombian singer-songwriter as well as a good ballerina. According for you to The new sony, Shakira is the highest-selling Colombian artist of them all, getting marketed a lot more than 60 trillion albums throughout the world and also the most wealthy Colombian performer from the existing times.
Well, earlier there was a waterproof MP3 player and now here is an unattractive, yellow and non-comprehensible video player by Chinavasion that functions 3-meters underwater to play your videos. This world’s first water proof digital video player features: � Memory: 1GB � Display: 1.8 Inch Color LCD � Video Format: AMV � Conversion formats: MPEG, WMV, ASF � Video Resolution: 128×128 � FPS (Frames per Second): 15fps � Music Format: WMA, MPEG � Bit rate: MPEG 32-192Kbps WMA 5-384Kbps � Picture Format: JPEG � Record Format: WAV � Earphone Jack: 3.5mm � SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio): >75dB � Output of earphones: 2x5mW(32Ohms) � Languages: English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Denmark, Dutch, Polish, Russian, Turkish, Czech � USB: 2.0 full speed � System: Windows 98/ SE/ ME/ 2000/ XP, Mac OS 10, Linux 2.4.2 � Power Source: Built-in Rechargeable Lithium Battery � Dimension: 105x50x22mm (LxWxD) Other Features: � Waterproof (up to 3 Meters. Must keep the Earphones in while submerged in order to keep inside components dry) � Waterproof High Quality Earphones � 3 hours recharging time � 6 Hours Playback Accessories: � User Manual � Waterproof Earphones � USB � Power Adapter � Mini CD with Driver and Conversion Software � High Quality Armband � Neck strap The price is not yet announced but I think that to execute your lifetime dream of watching videos at the bottom of the pool price stands nowhere. Via: Gadget9
Amazon is planning to open its online music service without any copy protection. The British paper claims that Amazon has approached all the music majors in order to launch its MP3 store in May to give direct competition to Apple’s iTunes. Amazon is in hurry to launch its DRM free music service on its retail store because at the same time, Apple is planning to start selling DRM free music from EMI in May through its music store. Amazon has partnered with Universal Music Group to sell unprotected music, mostly in the form of classical tracks. Universal Music Group is holding top position among all music labels. According to Reuters, if Universal goes for DRM free music then everyone has to follow. Even if Amazon will manage to sell its DRM free music service with Universal, still Amazon has competition with Apple. If it will become true, the Amazon direct download store will become second major online store to offer unprotected music compatible with both the iTunes jukebox and the iPod. Amazon has already entered into the online media business by unveiling its Unbox video store, which sells movies and TV shows in a DRM-laden Windows Media format. Image Credit: SUN Via: Ars Technica
The iRiver B20 portable media player, which was earlier showcased at the CES show, has now been officially announced to make a debut on April 25. Very much like its predecessor B10, the new B20 PMP is a DMB device and sports DAB digital TV/audio. The device touts a widescreen 2.4-inch display, a miniSD slot, and is compatible with an array of media formats such as MP3, WMA, OGG, MPEG-4, WMV9, and JPG. The 2GB version is priced at $213 while 4GB model will set you back $267. Who will go for the 2GB version considering such a small price difference? Via: DAPreview