We were actually confused at first. What was going on here? The Thump 2? It just doesn't look right. However, thanks to the magic of the Mulletinator, a new Photoshop plug-in we're testing, we're able see the Thump in its native habitat. It looks like the Thump 2 will look considerably different than we originally imagined and has better headphones than the Thump Uno. The 256MB version will go for about $299, allowing you to upload at least one Debbie Gibson album before you've cashed the memory. You're still not going to replace your iPod Nano with these things, but it appears Motorola and Oakley are finally getting the hang of this glasses/MP3 player thing.
Oakley Thump 2: The Exclusive First Look [iLounge]