Now I know that we’ve already covered this, but the difference is we actually have one now. In fact, it was given to SlashGear, and we had a Bullshit, you know, the card game, tournament with it as the prize.
Check out this nifty little gadget from Parrot! It connects to just about any helmet because it has some pretty flexible mounting options. On the outside you have the mic and the majority of the hardware and then they were ingenious enough to move the speakers to the inside of the helmet and they give you several different options mounting that on the inside of your helmet.
So this FM transmitter takes it a step further, it will transmit your music from your audio source such as and MP3 player just like any other FM Transmitter. But on top of that, it connect, via Bluetooth, to your mobile phone, allowing you to use your phone, this device, and your vehicle’s sound system for hands free use of your phone.
So RAmos has a new MP3 player, the hardware is nice, but nothing too special, it has a 2.8” touchscreen, a microSD slot, 2GB of built in memory, a built in speaker, and a 1.3MP camera. Formats aren’t anything special either with support for MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, FLAC, AC3, AVI, ASF, MPG, 3GP, MP4, FLV, JPG, BMP, GIF, and TXT. What is special though is the software.
I love reporting on these amazing foreign personal media players knowing that it will be years before we ever have the video support or even the audio file support they off in a single player. These days we are lucky if we get MP3, AAC, and then if the company has one, they’ll throw in some proprietary audio format.
And surprisingly not due to it being on the French network. It’s called that because of the extreme amount of bright orange used on this slider phone.
Its 13.3mm and a slider, I want a slider that thin to hit stateside, I love sliders, but they are always so thick, I guess this one is the exception. It has MP3 playback, a dictionary, camera, and 3G thanks to WCDMA.
Sadly though it will never see the light of day stateside, its headed only to Korea’s KTF network and will cost you the equivalent of about $372 USD. Oh, in case you were wondering, there is no T-DMB in this phone.
LG KH1800 or the Orange phone [via newlaunches]