If you're anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Sirius Sub-X2 Boombox, you're going to have to wait a bit longer. But to further whet your appetite, a few new photos of the device have leaked out today.
If you have a significant other in your life, this might be the perfect way to keep in sync even when apart. It's the Twinned MP3 Player can split into two MP3 players, however, they must be joined together in order to be used as a single unit.
We see tons of MP3 players here on SlashGear, but you've got to give credit to the Sony Walkman. They've been in the game for a long time and continually update their products for the times. And while the Sony B-Series Walkman isn't the best PMP on the market, it's noteworthy.
The Samsung S3 Slim is a sleekly-designed MP3 player that is sure to catch some attention. However, it's slick looks aren't the only thing that make this player stand out.
The Sony IP Music Player has touch capabilities but not in the way you might have guessed. In fact, it's rather retro and looks like a toy or game straight out of the 80's, but it's still pretty cool to look at.
This device was designed by Eijiro Mori and Takuo Ikeda and it has touch unlike any other. You place a stick in different spots on the player's surface to create different sounds and animations. Just from the pictures, it reminds me of the Lite Brite I had as a kid.
There is another version of the IP Music Player that reads virtual files that you place on any desktop. Cool stuff but definitely outdated. Perhaps that's the point. At any rate, don't expect to get your hands on one soon as it's only a concept.
How would you like to have a GPS device on your wrist? It certainly would make traveling easier and jogging in unknown territory less perilous. And though the Seek isn’t all that attractive, in principle, it’s going places.
Most of the time, the earbuds that come with your MP3 player are not all that great. In fact, most of the time they offer up only mediocre sound quality. Plus, they can be rather uncomfortable in the ears. But the JVC Gumy Air earphones are meant to provide good sound and a comfy fit.
They look rather stylish and are comfortable to wear. However, not everyone may enjoy their fit. It's an individual thing, so if you're looking for a one-size-fits-all solution, you won't find it here.