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Cowon L2 – GPS, DMP, and PMP Combo

Cowon L2 – GPS, DMP, and PMP Combo

All-in-one gadget is coming like a big storm. Cowon is part of that storm with its L2. The Cowon L2 is a combo of GPS, DMP, and PMP. Sleek design and portability makes this a dream multimedia gadget. Weighting only 512grams and 191x120x26mm dimension, the L2 features 7-inches WGVGA display and 2GB built-in storage.

More on the Cowon D2 – UI videos

More on the Cowon D2 – UI videos

Blimey, two Cowon D2 posts in short-succession.  I just came across these videos of the UI in action thanks to the camera-work of Cowon Systems employee Kevin Kang.  Three clips, a starter introducing you to the menu structure and layout, then a more in-depth look at how it's usable with both stylus and finger, with a final video covering multi-tasking (impressive) and performance of internal flash memory versus SD cards (also impressive).

Video three is after the cut.

Cowon D2 covers all your mobile media bases

Cowon D2 covers all your mobile media bases

Not for the first time I find myself wishing I lived in Korea - because they get some of the coolest gadgets around.  This, my beauties, is Cowon's latest video-capable DAP, the D2.  Only to label it that is to do it a disservice; hidden behind that luscious 16m colour 2.5-inch touchscreen display is a T-DMB digital TV receiver, mp3 player with support for various common formats, and video player capable of handling H.264, MPEG4 and WMV9.  With the earphones acting as aerial (hence no ugly retractable stub hanging out the side) it can manage 30fps video which is pretty damned impressive.

Optional extras include expandable storage via what looks like SD and a docking station, while the pen-stylus seems to double as a handy stand.  Battery life is good for 10 hours of video, 9 hours of digital TV and a whopping 52 hours of music, and it's available in black, white, red, pink, and lime.

Many more photos of the D2 after the cut.

Cowon A2 PMP gets unboxed

Cowon A2 PMP gets unboxed

Leaving presents for departing colleagues are tricky things to judge.  First there's the harrowing task of going round the office looking for donations - you're bound to resurrect a few "he stole my favourite mug!"-style gripes - and then you have to decide what to buy.  If you're a woman, it's a pretty good chance that you'll either get toiletries (you are legally obligated by the terms of your contract to make the "are you trying to say that I smell?" joke) or some dubious jewellery; if you're a man, then you might get the biography of whichever sportsperson has recently retired, or worse-still some sort of bargain gadget from the supermarket.  "Thanks, I've always wanted a pedometer-cum-alcohol-units-calculator."  So it's fair to say that Doug over at Gear Diary struck lucky when finishing a contract recently - they gave him hard cash!

Being a shameless geek, Doug took that cash and, rather than donating it to sick ponies, bought himself a shiny new Cowon A2 PMP.  To assuage his guilt he's decided to share the unboxing ceremony with us.  Thanks Doug! 

Cowon iAudio U3

Cowon iAudio U3

The Cowon iAudio U3 is a compact, very full-featured flash-based MP3 player that's available in 1GB ($169.99 direct) and 2GB ($219.99) models. It has video playback capabilities, but given the tiny screen, they're not exactly its main attraction. Available in "Noble" white or "Platinum" black, the iAudio U3 has more features than the Apple iPod nano, but its harder to use, compared to an iPod and still, the iPod is much cheaper.

Cowon iAudio 6

Cowon iAudio 6

Cowon have officialy announced the iAudio 6.
iAudio 6 is the first ever DAP with an 0.85 inch Hard Drive. Cowon Using sub micro hard drive on this player which is cheaper than Flash Memory.

• 0.85 inch hard drive (4GB) - Most probably by Toshiba
• 1.3 inch 260k colour OLED screen
• "Swing Touch"
• USB On the Go, also known as USB Host
• Video Playback, Image Viewing, Text Viewing

Apple Store (RED) lights recognize World AIDS Day

Apple Store (RED) lights recognize World AIDS Day

This weekend Apple recognized World AIDS Day in bright red lights and red innards across the world. With their red Apple logos up front of stores turned red with red plastic filters and their (PRODUCT)RED merchandise rolling through the store, Apple made certain they were seen as one of the world's largest supporters of the cause.

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The Daily Slash: February 3, 2011

The Daily Slash: February 3, 2011

Have a shut-down sit-out with Don Reisinger in a column by the name of I Refuse to Buy A New TV Every Few Years. Hypothesize with us as we ponder a iPad 2 reveal as early as next week, and while we're at it, check out possible iPad patents for both a writing stylus and a stand up kickstand - both filed for by Apple. Check out a review by Chris Davies for the iXtreamer, an iDevice full function dock, player, streamer, and more. Join us on Android Community for a kind conversation about How Honeycomb and Android Market’s New App Syncing will Sink Apple. See a terrifying Xperia Play ad, complete with underground plastic surgery and human thumbs. All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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The Daily Slash: February 1 2011

The Daily Slash: February 1 2011

Samsung Galaxy S2 gets early reveal - or is it just a Video Dummy? Android Honeycomb lead designer Matias Duarte assures us that that Android 3.0 is for much more than tablets. Google is offering speak2tweet to Egyptians to kep them online while their Middle East and North Africa executive goes missing in the heart of the country. Chris Davies jams out a column by the name of Honeycomb, Galaxy Tab & the 7-inch stumble. See why Google Latitude is about to Crush FourSquare! Help everyone out over on Android Community by telling them what you'd like to see at the Android 3.0 Honeycomb Event tomorrow, today! All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 1 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 1 2011

Two rather odd bits of news from over on Android Community - one, there's an Australian whose figured out a way to connect phones directly without the use of carriers, and two, mister Chad Ochocinco has his hands on a Motorola XOOM, so you know it's about to get weird. Next get a glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy S2 - or is it just a Video Dummy? On SlashGear we've got a post on how Android Honeycomb lead designer Matias Duarte notes that Android 3.0 is for more than just tablets. The CEO from Netgear apologizes about his remarks regarding Apple and her leader, Google offers speak2tweet to keep Egyptians connected, and Google accuses Bing of copying search results. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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