T3 Music Player is a simple designed music player in the style of Dieter Rams. It has a clean white interface with a circle in the middle for controlling the playback. Created for poeple who loves the minimalism and the good vintage design. Available at $0.99.
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February 27th, 2013
July 28th, 2011
Odd news this is, but well, it looks like Motorola might be prepping to give the Nike+ SportWatch a run for its money. An intrepid tipster sent along a screenshot from a recent survey showing off what looks like a tricked out nano watch.
Described as an “all-in-one fitness and music personal fitness device” (redundant much?) that packs a GPS for “accurate performance tracking,” the as of yet unnamed gadget also sports a “smart music player” that compiles a list of songs based on the tunes that help you sweat your best. It also lets you wirelessly sync to your PC for workout analysis, and apparently does the same for Android devices.
Among the possible names listed in the survey is the MotoActive, hinting at, but certainly not pinning down, Motorola branding. Of course this is just an online survey, so take it with a pint a salt, or maybe a jar of em.
June 7th, 2011
When Microsoft unveiled Windows Phone Mango last month, the company spent a lot of time walking us through some of the 500-plus changes to the OS — most notably, conversation threads, people groups, enhanced search functionality, Twitter and LinkedIn integration, IE9, and the instantly responsive Bing Vision. It’s no wonder, then, that Redmond didn’t have much time to talk multimedia. Well, the company just spilled the beans in a blog post, laying out a raft of new features that run the gamut from podcasts to improved playback controls. Read more…
September 2nd, 2010
Alongside the iPod Shuffle, Apple has also announced their 6th generation iPod Nano. From the picture above, it’s obvious that the buttons, or click wheels as Apple calls it, is not gone. Odd isn’t it. The Shuffle is getting its click wheels back, and yet the Nano is ditching it. But what’s gone, is replaced by a touchscreen panel. Obviously, you’ll be manoeuvring your new Nano with the touchscreen interface. This is obviously not an iOS interface, but merely a simple touch UI mod from the original Nano interface, to be ‘touch-friendly’. Read more…
July 9th, 2010
The Uplink Audio Strap System is a weird concept. Now why would I say it’s weird? Now for start, it gives those joggers another option to listen to music on the go, if they hate the plug-in ear buds. That means it’s a great stuff for nerdy joggers who love to show off their latest gadgets. But then, the concept from Adam Hammerman has a very high-tech ultrasound speakers, which can connect to nearly all your mobile devices and portable music players. It’s so high tech, that no matter how loud you blast the music, only you can hear the sounds. Others by-passers won’t be able to hear a single hum from this new toy. But if you’re going to show off this to the whole world, why restrict the sounds to only yourself? Totally redundant!
But of kush, the tech doesn’t stop there. This new concept is trying to make you go green with the integrated solar panel, which is flexible. Though it’s just a concept, but I wonder how long you can power up the player with such small solar panels.
May 13th, 2010
Sony in Japan released a new walkman the NWD-W253 [JP]. It is waterproof (IPX5), wearable under the rain or you can wash it under water. Recently Sony has released a Metal Gear Solid -Peace Walker version technically identical to the regular models. It comes in white, black, green, and pink with 4GB of internal memory, a USB mini port, and compatibility with ATRAC/MP3/WMA/AAC and Linear PCM (WAV) formats. The MGS edition is preloaded with six songs from the games’s official soundtrack. The NWD-W253 will be sold in Japan at $110 while the MGS limited edition will cost 20 bucks more. More pictures after the break. Read more…
January 7th, 2010
The Sony NWZ-A840 series was announced in late 2009, a Sony Walkman MP3 player that comes with 2.8 inch WQVGA OLED screen, weight of only 62 grams and also the crown for the thinnest Walkman ever created only 7.2mm. The NWZ-A 845 is now announced to be launched in both Europe and Asia Pacific region starting February 2010 but only in black and only in 16 GB. The current Japan series comes in two colors – black / brown and capacities of 16/32/64GB (A845, A846, A847). More pictures after the break. Read more…
November 3rd, 2009
Yinlips YDP308 is one of the affordable pmps. It looks more like a phone because they copy the design of LG Cookie. The Yinlips YDP308 comes a 3-inch display and a built-in 4GB of storage space, and supports AVI, RM, RMVB, FLV, MP3, WMA, WAV, APE and FLAC file formats. 7.5mm thick with 7-hours of music playback or 2-hours of video playback. More pictures after the break. Read more…
October 10th, 2009
iRiver has released its N20 PMOLED MP3 player today. The MP3 player comes with 120 x 56 PMOLED (passive matrix OLED) screen with four lines of data which is big to fit in the display text and simple icon. It supports the common and popular music files which include MP3, WMA, APE, FLAC, OGG, and WAV. Available in 2GB and 4GB at at $95 and $110, respectively.
September 23rd, 2009
Ahem! Teclast is introducing their latest me…dia.. pla…yer, erm it’s called… T51. Sorry was paying attention on the picture. Okay, Teclast T51 PMP comes with Rockchip’s RK2806 chipset, LINE-OUT signal output jack and supporting HD 720p video playback (AVI or MKV), paired with two Wolfson WM8740 audio chips for perfect audio quality. MORE PICTURES AFTER THE BREAK. Read more…