A while back, we featured the first ever MP4 video player watch. Now you can pick up a wrist-worn player with a full 16:9 ratio widescreen.
The wrist player features a 1.8-inch widescreen color display (isn’t that an oxymoron like “jumbo shrimp?”)
DLO today introduced their new VideoShell SE line of cases for 5G iPods. The case protects your iPod with a nice hard transparent shell, while still providing a splash of color.
The cases provide direct access to the scroll wheel, headphone jack and docking connector, and also feature a built-in kickstand.
This tiny media player from Epoq is just a hair larger than a typical book of matches, yet packs a rich set of features into its diminutive package.
For starters, the minuscule player features a high-resolution, scratch-resistant 2.4-inch
These days, iPod docks seem to be a dime a dozen, so it’s refreshing to see when someone thinks a little outside of the box. Enter the SendStation PocketDock AV, a portable device that clips onto the bottom of your iPod and lets you access all the audio, video and computer connectivity you need while you’re on the road.
The simple device snaps on to the iPod’s dock connector and provides ready access to USB, stereo audio, composite and s-video when you attach the included breakout cable.
If those disco or chrome cases for your Apple iPod are a bit too garish for your taste, check out these wooden cases from Japan.
The cases are made by wooden toymaker Asuka Koubou, out of three different shades of natural woods.
For about the price of fifty iPod Shuffles, you can own one of these exclusive MP3 players made from rare woods and precious metals.
Made by Russian electronics maker Gresso, the Symphonia series of media players are handcrafted from rare 200 year-old African Blackwood and gold.
Now that you’ve picked up your brightly colored new iPod Shuffle, maybe you’d like a way to keep it charged when you’re not near your computer.
The DLO Powerbug is a compact wall charger that connects to your iPod Shuffle and provides charging any place you have an outlet.
Apple today introduced an update to the 2nd-generation iPod Shuffle line by releasing it in four new colors, adding metallic pink, green, blue and orange to the already available silver model.
Like the earlier silver model, the new iPod Shuffles feature 1GB of flash memory (holding about 240 tracks,) a super compact design and a built-in clip to attach it just about anywhere.
You’ll never have to leave the throne again now that Roto Rooter has created the ultimate toilet, which includes a full arsenal of high-tech toys and other gadgets.
Designed for the world’s laziest man, the Roto Rooter Pimped Out John includes a 20-inch flat-panel LCD TV, an Xbox 360, DVD player, a laptop, a TiVo DVR, and an iPod docking station (mounted conveniently on a toilet-paper dispenser.)
If you’ve ever wanted to record FM broadcasts to your MP3 player, but didn’t want the commercials or talk in between songs, today is your lucky day.
The new PopCatcher MusicDock MD-601 is a portable MP3 player and a standalone FM-radio dock that can capture FM broadcasts to MP3, commercial-free.
SanDisk’s latest entry into the budget MP3 player market looks like it could be a winner. It features a compact design that plugs directly into your USB port, and outdoes Apple’s tiny iPod Shuffle on a number of fronts.
First off, at $59.99,
Up until now, its been nearly impossible to (legally) use your purchased iTunes music and videos on anything other than Apple’s own gear. According to a post on Tech.co.uk, this may be about to change soon.
MP3 players keep getting smaller and smaller, and soon you’ll be able to pick up a new credit card sized MP3 player that’s so thin, it can fit in your wallet.
The Wallet MP3 Player from Walletex is just a little bit thicker than a credit card.
Space Giraffe is the latest game from Jeff Minter’s Llamasoft, creator of such classics as Tempest and it’s various derivatives as well as the cool light show visualizations you see in the Xbox 360’s music player.
The mobiBLU series of mp3 players is getting a new little sibling, the CUBISTO. The 1-inch cube player will come in 512MB, 1GB and 2GB flash memory versions.
The players feature a built-in FM tuner, FM recording capabilities as well as SRS WOW HD and TruBass sound enhancement.
In case you’re planning on picking up Microsoft’s new Zune player for the holidays, you might want to check out some of these new accessories being offered by Belkin:
TuneBase FM Transmitter($79.99): Broadcast tunes to your car stereo; able to work in either portrait or landscape mode