Miu’s HDPC is made from the Atom Processor. It’s so popular right now that Acer’s Atom processor is making headways and is almost gathering a cult following.
Anyway, Miu’s are not known to be pretty but bolty as per it’s previous designs. This current HDPC (Hybrid Dual Portable Computer) actually looks sleek. No news on the price yet although the previous (ugly) model was helmed at $500.
I love the Beatles. I have ALL their albums lined up alphabetically and if I have free time during the weekends I line them up by the year. This is why the limited edition Beatle’s iPod is so tempting. Granted, it is the ONLY Apple product I tolerate (okay, like) I cannot get over the fact, Beatles fan or not, that the whole limited edition combo is worth $795! Nah uh…I might as well stencil their logo on my iPod Nano myself.
The Korg DS-10 may sound like an alien from out of space but it’s really a software that turns your Nintendo DS into a synthesizer. Now.. this only makes the DS 100 times cooler than the PSP because not only does it please the gamer geeks, it appeases the music geeks too. Those long rides home can now be turned into a mini music production time if the gamer/musician got tired of Mario.
The Korg DS-10 is only available in Japan. The Korg costs 4,800 Yen, that’s about USD47. More info about the Korg:
- Two patchable dual-oscillator analog synth simulators: – Four-part drum machine that uses sounds created with the analog synth simulator – Six-track (analog synth x 2, drum machine x 4) /16-step sequencer – Delay, chorus and flanger sound effects available from the mixing board – Three note-entry modes: touch-control screen, keyboard screen, matrix screen – Real-time sound control mode via touch-control screen – Exchange sounds and songs and play multiple units simultaneously through a wireless communications link
Sony Mylo is back with *drumrolls* Sony Mylo 2. :P The Sony Mylo 2 is like a cross-breed between PMP and a PDA. It’s purportedly more user friendly than the other PDAs in the market because it’s made that way. A review was made in Akihabara News about this latest Sony Mylo and while there are good points, there is also the negs about this sleek looking PMP/PDA.
MP3 comes in all forms and sizes these days including a Lego Looking MP3 Player. The only thing we haven’t seen in MP3 form is probably a sex toy that plays your favorite music while you apply some self-love…O_o. Oh wait a minute….we HAVE seen MP3 in forms of a sex toy already: The OhMiBod personal massager for iPod LOL! Well, the iPod itself isn’t the toy, the extension goes with it.
Anyway, the Lego looking MP3 Player without further ado is a plastic product by Homade. It looks exactly like the lego bricks you used to play with as a little kid. It’s cute, I think. It would fit very well in a nursery because no child is growing into a chic and cool teen with a lego block slung on his/her body. A block is $46. Not sure if it includes headphones.
Oh and if you have an iPod, pick up their iPod dock too, Lego style, for $40 bucks.
This tie clip is actually a geek clip because it plays MP3, a very cool geek factor, and it has a little screen that tells you what’s playing. LOL. This MP3 tie clip will definitely make a great Christmas gift for your loved ones. Geeks rule the world, u know.
You guys need to check this out. This phone is a personal music system – after all, it is (a collaboration) from Bang & Olufsen with Samsung.
According to the girl in the video, “The sound system is absolutely superb”. I can’t really tell from the video itself. For a sound review, these guys would need me to send a set to check it out. How about it? ;)
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.
The IOGear Wallet Drive is a compact option for people on the go. Unlike the usual USB drives you use as keychains this name card size drive fits snugly into your wallet. So you technically can pocket your music, movies etc and just plug and play whenever you come to a computer with USB ports. It is only approximately 3mm thick and 4gig in space. It’s definitely one of the most compact USB drives I’ve seen.
The best thing about this drive is that it only cost $59.90 from Amazon.
SanDisk recently reinvented it’s video/audio players, Sansa View with a higher memory space and at an unbeatable price. The iPod Nano costs $199, comes with an 8 gig space and of course, the brand, Apple as well. But Sansa View does everything that the Nano does except it has twice the capacity with 16 gig and for the same price. You can also add more memory by buying an extra MicroSD/SDHC memory card, which you can easily jack up the space to 24gig.
Well, with this, i conclude that Nano will be ever popular just for its brand name while SanDisk will eventually get a warmer reception for its value.