Creative makes pretty stuff. Their Zen line of MP3 players are no exception. They’ve recently come out with many MP3 players and the Mozaic is not unlike the standard players they have up their sleeves except, well, it’s got pretty mosaic patterns on its body. I am not implying that Zen is awful, it is actually great as it is a good MP3 player. However, with the big boy competitors, the Zen has nothing but its body to offer, frankly speaking. It is a cool player, pretty and I wouldn’t mind owning one.
If the fellas at Zen would like to send me one for review or comparison, drop me a line ;)
Pic from here.
There isn’t really a brand for this MP3 Player, seemingly there has been so many MP3 players around you are spoiled for options. So here’s an MP3 player 5 times thinner than an iPod and holds 2 gig worth of music. This card-like MP3 player allows you to have ANY patterns/logos/words/designs you want on it and you can slip it into your wallet or pen pocket and you’re good to go. Unlike the limited colors from iPod.
Oh my god, what am i doing bashing THE iPod? lol. Nah, just offering cheaper alternatives for mp3 players – who play games on their iPod anyway? A normal MP3 player is what most of us need anyway.
Price for this no-brand USB Flashcard MP3 Player is….. $42.
Looks like Sony has caught on the Swarovski bug with their techs. Their latest, and limited, edition of the Walkman E010 Lineup is studded with Swarovski crystals. As you can see in the picture, it’s quite pretty and you’ll pay a pretty price for them too. The 1Gig walkman (yes they come with storage these days) MP3 will cost you ¥15,800 ($134), the 2GB ¥18,800 ($160) while the 4GB unit demands ¥24,800 ($210). It’s not exactly expensive but I’d rather buy an iPod.
This multipurpose watch by Thanko is set to make even the most gadget-y geeks hop in glee. You can play MP3 (and WMA) files, record sounds, and transmit FM radio waves. Technically, you can play songs and voice records in your car radio via the FM transmitter.
Thanko’s FMP3 Watch comes in 3 capacity – 512MB, 1Gg and 2Gg. All transfers are done through the USB channel.
Oh, before i forget…this FMP3 watch is ALSO water resistant. International Espionage much, anyone? :)
China’s known for reproducing products that looks exactly like the original. But of course, functionality of these copies are way below the originals of course. But the Yoto MVP-800 has been getting some pretty good reviews from the peeps at Gizmodo, surprisingly. And I must say that the MVP looks pretty sleek too. It is only 9mm thin and has a 2.8-inch 320×240 screen. It is available in 2Gig and 4Gig capacity. The 2 Gig capacity ones, are only $52 bucks too, and that’s pretty cheap for something of this higher than average quality.
Definitely something to check out….IF it will ever get out of China. This product stays in China only. I thought I’d share with you folks how thin and awesome the Yoto MVP-800 is.
Maybe if you have friends from china, you can ask them to help you out here. :)
…because really, Music is Life. And anything to endorse listening to music easier is Love to me baby. This Tune Phones is just headphones with in-built MP3 player that can hold up to 512MB of songs. Not much but hey, think about it – you don’t need to worry about dropping your iPod or MP3 Players. All you need is hook the headphones on your ears with your favorite albums and you’re done!
Now, I have always prefered headphones like that than the plugins cos they keeps slipping off my ear with the slightest tug. BROWNIE POINTS for Tune Phones. And at 2.2ounces only, you won’t even remember having them on after a while. Life sure is sweet when music starts playings all around you :) They run 8 hours after a charge and it costs $75 bucks. Hey, i’d buy it. But mark my word, if this is a hit, it won’t be long before you find a Tune Phones with a higher memory capacity.