It has a 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen and a menu similar to that of the PRADA cell phones. In fact, save for the slide out number pad, it kind of looks like a more generic version of the PRADA phone.
They have Bluetooth, noise cancellation, a healthy-sized screen, and a 33 hour battery life at the bottom, 36 at the top. For video you get the 320x240 LCD display that can play video at up to 30 frames per second for up to 10 hours, or at the least 9.5 hours.
In case you’ve never heard of it, its an acronym for “Keep It Simple Stupid”, essentially it means don’t over complicate things. Sony has done just that with these MP3 players, they work almost identically to a flash drive, you plug them directly into the USB port on your computer, drag and drop your audio files, and it charges as the same time.
Apple announced today that they are dropping the price on their Shuffle, the one gigabyte model, to $49. They also announced that they are rolling out a new 2GB model later this month for $69.
This unit has an iRiver iFP-380T MP3 player at its core then adds in a waterproof case for that as well as a waterproof amp and set of underwater headphones to complete the underwater aural excursion. The headphones come with clips that allow them to attach the strap on your goggles.
This tiny, tiny handset is like some sort of weird side-by-side version of your normal candy-bar form factor phone. Its really small but yet still manages to pack in WiFi, a 4MP cam and MP3 and MPEG-4 playback.
It has an MP3 player, picture viewer, plays movies, tells you the time, shows a calendar, and will tell you what the temperature inside is. It also has an alarm clock feature built in so you can set it to wake you in the morning.
This MP3 player is both eco friendly and kind of cool, until you just want to listen to some freakin music! Then again, for those of you more athletic types, this might be a better idea so that you’ll have music instead of carrying around dead weight in the form of an iPod with a dead battery.
The Toshiba Gigabeat 802 isn’t really much different than the 401, save for the fact that much like the model number, the capacity is doubled too. The 401 got WiFi added months ago, so that carried over and there is the new 8GB capacity.
Its nearly a UMPC except it seems to be lacking a keyboard and its only running WinCE 5.0, not XP like it appears. It runs WinCE with 64MB of RAM and still offers up WiFi, MSN Messenger, Skype, TCPMP, WMP, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and a PDF viewer.