Comments: 0Thursday, January 8th 2009 - 10:15 CET
Sony Media & Peripherals Europe (MPE) has launched a new range of pocket-sized multi-function digital recorders. Ideal for recording lectures, meetings, presentations and music as well as doubling as portable data storage, these devices combine up to 2GB capacity with the speed and convenience of a direct USB 2.0 connection to PCs and Macs. The Sony ICD-UX71FP and Sony ICD-UX81FR offer 1GB and 2GB storage respectively and both models feature an FM tuner for enjoying and recording radio on the move. The Sony ICD-UX71FP is available in Pink, while the Sony ICD-UX81FR is finished in Red.
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Comments: 0Thursday, January 8th 2009 - 09:53 CET
SanDisk, the inventor and world’s largest supplier of flash storage cards, unveiled the new SanDisk Sansa slotRadio player and companion line of slotRadio music cards designed especially for the casual music consumer. The SanDisk Sansa slotRadio music player is a small, stylish, portable music device that comes bundled with a slotRadio card preloaded with 1,000 songs handpicked from the Billboard charts, and professionally arranged into a variety of genre-themed playlists.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, November 19th 2008 - 08:30 CET
SanDisk, a leading seller of MP3 players and flash memory cards, unveiled the Sansa slotMusic player, the easiest MP3 player for loading and listening to music on the go. The plug & play, SanDisk portable music player was specially designed for use with the new slotMusic cards available today in the United States. In addition to the SanDisk Sansa-branded player, SanDisk has created personalized, branded slotMusic players for popular artists such as Robin Thicke and ABBA. slotMusic Players will be available in the coming days at United States stores, including Best Buy and Wal-Mart.
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Comments: 0Monday, November 10th 2008 - 07:55 CET
Sony Ericsson introduced the Sony-Ericsson MBS-900 Wireless Home Audio System. Perfect for those who want to be first with all the audio gadgets, the unique innovative design of the Sony Ericsson Wireless Home Audio System MBS-900 makes a real stylish statement in a home. The Sony-Ericsson MBS900 sound system connects wirelessly to your mobile phone through Bluetooth giving crystal-clear sound through the high quality, dual speaker and sub-woofer system.
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Comments: 0Sunday, September 28th 2008 - 20:35 CEST
With its latest range of GoGear audio and video players Philips sets a new standard in sound quality on the go. The Philips-patented FullSound technology puts the liveliness and natural dynamics back to MP3 music. Consumers experience the same sound quality as in their living room. The stylish premium model of the range, the GoGear SA52 also comes with high-end in ear headphones which support the great sound experience of these portable audio and video players.
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Comments: 0Sunday, September 28th 2008 - 11:02 CEST
Whether you dock your Apple iPod, or your iPhone, in the bedroom or crank up your favorite playlist in the living room, Logitech has a speaker dock for you. The Logitech Pure-Fi Express Plus omnidirectional speaker for Apple iPod or iPhone delivers great sound throughout your room, while the Logitech Pure-Fi Anytime premium alarm clock for Apple iPhone or iPod is the perfect nightstand companion. Both speakers are compatible with the first generation iPhone as well as the new 3G iPhone.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 24th 2008 - 17:30 CEST
Philips announced the release of the new TransDock family of FM transmitters for the iPod. Originally launched in the U.S. in April 2008, the TransDock, TransDock micro, and TransCast FM are now available from iPod retailers worldwide. Through the 2007 acquisition of Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO), a pioneer in the development of FM transmitters for the iPod, Philips Consumer Lifestyle now features a complete range of MP3 accessories and offers everything users need to optimize their portable music player on the go to best fit their lifestyle.
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Comments: 0Saturday, September 13th 2008 - 21:45 CEST
The new iPod nano incorporates Apple’s breakthrough Genius technology which automatically creates playlists from songs in your music library that go great together, with just one click. The new Apple iPod nano also features a refined user interface, a high resolution portrait display and a built-in accelerometer which automatically switches to Cover Flow when rotated and automatically goes into Shuffle mode when lightly shaken. The new iPod nano gives users up to 24 hours of music playback or four hours of video playback and is available worldwide immediately in an 8GB model for just $149 and a 16GB model for just $199. Both models come in silver, purple, blue, green, orange, yellow, pink, (PRODUCT) RED and black.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, May 28th 2008 - 14:47 CEST
NXG Technology, a major designer, manufacturer and marketer of affordable high performance in-wall / in-ceiling speaker systems, volume controls and cables, announced a new line of affordable indoor/outdoor rock speakers under the NXG Pro Series label. This enhanced line of aggressively priced, weather-resistant rock speakers is geared toward the custom installation market and is designed with enhanced sound quality and precision for any home audio system.
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Comments: 0Thursday, May 22nd 2008 - 11:30 CEST
Creative announced an entirely new category of iPod speakers with the Creative TravelSound for iPod nano. The first one-piece iPod nano speaker portable enough to fit in a pocket or purse, the TravelSound for iPod nano delivers surprisingly powerful sound for such a small speaker. The secret behind the outstanding sound quality of the TravelSound for iPod nano lies in its unique design. Featuring four independent micro drivers and a digital amplifier, the TravelSound for iPod nano delivers far more volume and clarity than much larger speakers.
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