Three MP3 players, two design concepts and one real product, where the Christian cross symbol in one way or another is part of the design:
This handy credit card-sized MP3 player can be used as a portable music player and a storage device. Simply plug it into your computer’s USB port to transfer files to and from the card.
MP4 Watch II was released not that long ago, featuring a 1.8 inch large display. Now yet another watch with the same screen size has been released.
It may sound a bit weird to squeeze in all these features in a mini fridge, but it’s not such a bad idea if you are short of space and still want to be able to satisfy some of your gadget needs.
This small cube comes with both a built-in MP3 player and FM radio, giving you all possible options to you choose exactly what you want to wake up to.
Here’s an alternative to that other USB cassette deck we covered a couple of weeks ago. PlusDeckEX from the Korean BTO company is a follow-up to their PlusDeck 2c model – a cassette deck that lets you rip tracks from those old tapes and save […]
Here’s is yet another way to bring your favorite music into the shower. The water resistant iSing speaker-mirror from Zadro has a built-in transmitter with a 100ft range. This allows you to stream audio from your iPod, MP3 player, CD player, television, or PC from […]
A little something for the techie retro lover. This take-anywhere turntable comes with a built-in speaker and can also be connected to a computer to convert vinyl records into MP3s.
We’ve seen quite a few multimedia watches here at GeekAlerts lately, but no one as good looking as the brand new Epoq EMP-CVWD-2 ($200).
The GrooveToons ($59) alarm clock from Cygnett lets you wake up to your favourite tracks from your iPod Nano player (1st and 2nd generation). It features a snooze button and adjustable volume, and both the alarm function and the clock will automatically show up on […]
Maybe you have a lot of old cassette tapes with great music laying around, but no device where you listen to them. Here’s your chance to change this. The USB Cassette Deck ($198) lets you convert those tapes into MP3 files, giving you the chance […]
A brand new version of this popular multimedia watch has just been launched. This time they’ve added a speaker and increased the TFT screen size to 1.8 inches (160×128 px). The earlier version had a 128×128 px screen.
This sleek portable MP3 speaker is a great little gadget to bring along when traveling. Folded together it only measures 3h x 4.5w x 1.5d inches. A short cord with a 3.5mm stereo plug is attached to the orange speaker. Simply insert it into the […]
The Color Cube Speaker ($80) will bring you a colorful light show while listening to music. Choose between 4 color patterns and 3 speed options.
The TCU-350SD ($208) from the Japanese Scitec company is a “jukebox” designed like a 1950s record player. It plays vinyl records, CDs, AM/FM radio and music from your iPod. You will also be able to convert tracks from vinyl and CD to MP3 format. Then […]
Yong-Seong Kim has come up with this cool concept of a portable player that will work both as an MP3 and CD player. Just open both sides and insert you digital disc if you want to enjoy the music the old-timer’s way. More images at […]
The soft and cuddly Plush MP3 Speaker and Radio ($20) features built-in speakers and plays your music from MP3 and CD players, or any other audio source using a 3.5mm stereo jack. Available in pink and blue. Runs on 2 x AA batteries and measures […]
The beautiful Lasonic i931 is a portable music system in true retro ghetto blaster style. It’s yet to be released and there is currently no word on pricing. The 15 lbs. heavy boombox comes with support for USB flash drive and SD/MMC card to playback […]
The 4-inch Widescreen Multimedia Player ($304) allows you to listen to your favourite songs, look through photos, read an e-book, listen to an FM radio station or watch a film. Use the 4-inch TFT screen or connect the player to a TV. Video and USB […]
The Cardboard MP3 Boombox from Suck UK comes with real fully working amplified speakers. Just unfold the cardboard, put in the 2 AA batteries and plug your player into the 3.5mm stereo jack. No word on pricing. (Via Tech Digest & technabob)