Redesigned for music and Multi-Touch, iPod nano is smaller and lighter than ever. You can clip it to your sleeve, jacket, or running shorts and keep your favorite songs at your fingertipsÑalong with the Genius feature, a built-in FM radio, pedometer, and more. And the anodized aluminum finish in six bright colors makes this new design even more brilliant.
CREATIVE ZEN : MP3 Player
Don’t let the size fool you; this tiny ZEN style MP300 media player packs almost everything you want/need into its pocket-sized bundle.
1) Features a microSD card slot that lets you store up to 32GB of additional music on top of its internal content
2) The player comes with Bluetooth wireless connectivity, so you can easily connect to compatible stereo Bluetooth headphones and speakers (such as the Creative WP-300 and Creative D80, and enjoy high-quality wireless music playback.)
As technology advances, we are not only witnessing thousands of new and innovative products being released at quick pace but also at cheap prices. When the first models of in-dash DVD players came out many years ago, they were priced at $1000 and up. Nowadays the prices have become so affordably that anyone can afford these types of units for their cars. In this article, we will be taking a much deeper look at the Boss BV9990 in dash DVD player.
So who isn’t budget conscious in these times? Well, excluding those lucky-buckies who raised their hands, the Nokia 3711 from T-Mobile suits the more uneasy wallets to the T. By just retaining the basic functionalities – QVGA screen, 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, FM radio and microSD memory slot in a neat clamshell. Though T-Mobile’s AWS 3G comes included, features such as GPS, picture-messaging and email may cost you more than what’s on the deal offered. Which happens to be a really affordable .99 on a basic Even More plan. Or for the more optimistic is the alternative Even More Plus plan at 9.99.
I do not know how I would react if my grandchild were to gift me a “for-elderly-only” gadget that would have nothing but the bare essentials, with the statement “The xxx device is the current rage Grandma, but I thought you needed one that’s as simple to get around as ABC”. One thing I know for certain – I would be saddened by my age being automatically assigned with a diminished learning ability. But for now, it gives me some hope to think that I am still several years away from that possibility and I resolve now to remain somewhat open to the idea, if ever. Sigh.
T-Mobile adds more allure to its 3G phones with this latest from Sony Ericsson – the Sony Ericsson Equinox (earlier named T707). Otherwise a basic flip-phone in functionality, the Equinox carries some eye-catching bling to push itself to the limelight amongst the other established clamshell models in the market. First is the stylish exterior – after you update your T-Mobile favorites list with your caller friends’ circle, the shell lights up to indicate the identity of the caller in one of the five available colors. Say “amber” for good friend Joe and “amethyst” for avoidable Erica. I say, a thumbs-up for people with good memory, and more confusion for those without. Other than that, the external shell also contains an 128 x 36 OLED screen that functions only when you get an incoming call.
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The good news in Apple’s earnings call this afternoon, according to CFO Peter Oppenheimer, is that the Cupertino company has sold more Macs and iPhones than it ever has in the past, beating previous Mac sales records by 444,000 or 17% year over year and beating iPhone records by 7% unit growth year over year.
One of my greatest treasures while I was a school-going sun-burnt kid was a cheap, portable cassette player that disguised its actual origins by sporting the famous brand name “Sony” on its dull-gray body. Only, the “y” actually was a cleverly manipulated “v”. But that didn’t stop my first “PMP” from being my constant companion, inside the house and on all family outings – which also meant I carried loads of audio tapes on all journeys, much to the frustration of fellow travelers.