Korea’s I-Dear speakers measure in at less than 1-cubic inch and hook up to your favorite media player to provide stereo sound wherever you go.
They’re made from natural hardwoods so they really stand out from the plastic crowd.
Just a few short weeks after announcing their ZEN Stone mini music player, Creative today rolled out a higher-end model, the ZEN Stone Plus.
The new model takes all of the features of the original ZEN Stone and adds a bright blue round OLED display for song title and other pertinent information.
Thanks to a branding deal between Disney and iRiver, digital audio players are about to get a whole lot goofier looking.
The kid-friendly Disney Mplayer features a bubbly personality inspired by Mickey Mouse’s famous ears. Playback and volume controls are cleverly integrated into the ear designs.
Just in time for the new Transformers movie to hit screens, Hasbro has released a new series of the classic toys, this time based on today’s most popular high-tech gadgets.
The Real Gear Transformers series conceals little toy robots disguised as cell phones, digital cameras, portable video game systems among other things.
Philips has released their new line of GoGear mobile media players with video playback capabilities.
The GoGear SA6000 series features a 2.2-inch color LCD screen (320×240 resolution,) and can play back WMV vid clips. Philips also throws in a software converter for AVI, QuickTime and DVD (VOB) format files.
I’m not sure what to make of the industrial design of this funky wireless speaker from German electronics maker Grundig.
To me it looks sort of like some kind of vacuum cleaner or other household appliance, but the Grundig PSW5000 is actually an outdoor wireless sound system.
Think you’re the next American Idol? If that’s the case, you might want to pick up one of these MP3 players
The Digital Cowboy CA-K7 media player features the unique ability to remove vocals and a built-in microphone to sing along to your favorite tunes.
If you’re looking for a serious media server for all your high definition content, this server from DViCo looks pretty impressive. The TViX HD M-5100SH is a real heavy hitter, with the ability to serve video content at up to 1080p resolution.
Here’s an interesting phone out of China that steals a page out of the Samsung F520 book with an interesting dual-slider design that conceals both phone and gaming controls.
When oriented in portrait mode, the slider reveals a dialing and menu navigation buttons, but when turned to landscape mode, out pops a dual joypad design for playing games.
I’ve was searching for for a compact clock radio that could dock my iPod, when I came across this new model from Philips.
The just-released Philips AJ300D looks like it will fit the bill nicely. It’s got a clean, stylish design with a built-in iPod charge and play dock (it also works with Philips GoGear players).
Remember those giant, clunky mobile phones back in the eighties? Now you can revisit those youthful memories, while enjoying all of today’s conveniences.
The Retro Brick Mobile Phone may look like one of those old behemoths, but actually is packed with the features you’d expect in modern mobile devices.
Don’t let the decidedly old school design of this car radio fool you. Beneath its surface, the Becker Mexico 7948 radio is loaded with modern technology.
While it might look like a radio from the 60’s or 70’s, the Becker Mexico has a plethora of tricks up its sleeve.
Here’s an MP3 player that doesn’t look like any other I’ve seen. Designed originally for the World Cup tournament, the Shiro AS MP3 Player looks a whole lot like a miniature soccer ball.
Sure, the Shiro won’t win any prizes for storage capacity, maxing out at 1GB of memory, but it certainly gets my endorsement for its cool design.
This upcoming gadget claims to put an entire professional DJ system in the palm of your hand. While early images of the Pacemaker look more like concept art than a final product, it does look like it will be a pretty cool device when it’s released this Fall.
This new MP3 player out of Korea features one special capability that makes it truly stand out from the crowd – it plays emulated video games.
The Plezo PMG-250 media player features technology that lets it play classic (and not so classic) games from Sega MegaDrive, Nintendo NES and GameBoy Color consoles.
Creative today announced their latest MP3 player, the ZEN Stone. Aimed squarely between the eyes of Apple’s iPod Shuffle, the Stone is a small, flash-based player designed for the low-end of the market.
The 1GB Zen Stone will retail for the amazingly low price of just $39.99 (roughly half the price of the equivalent iPod.)