MP3 players go underwater. And with all new sound technology. The Finis SwiMP3 is an underwater digital audio player. The pioneering bone conduction technology has been used by this system that helps sound to travel from the cheek bone to the ear. Sounds really innovative? So it is. The clarity one gets through the Finis SwiMP3 is much better then any other underwater MP3 player which gives a muffled sound underwater. The system comes with a 128MB memory to ensure you have enough music down there. The product does not work too well in deep waters. So its going to be a hit with the lappers may be the divers have to wait a little bit more. It would be out for sale at $180.
SANYO is up to challenge the MP3 market with its two latest recorders in their Diply line of recorders. The shape might be odd but the features covers fro them well. The ICR-S340RM has a gigabyte of sound space that means you can record non stop for 140 hours. The miniSD card slot makes it all the more user friendly. On the other part of the story is the ICR-S270RM, which has a compromised space of 512 MB and also does not have the removable storage facility. The looks have been made different by making the unit stand tall while in function. The USB 2.0 plug helps it in doing do. At $280 for the S340 and $170 for S270 it seems Sanyo is going to make it big.