Sony's E020 Walkman, the flash-based MP3 player for kids who like to coordinate their gadgets with their outfits, will finally hit U.S. shores in mid-June. The E020 features a colored three-line LCD screen and a built-in USB jack with drag-and-drop MP3 transfer system (no SonicStage this time around, thankfully). Its…
Chinavasion's new video player is ugly, yellow and not very user friendly, but if you need to be able to watch videos underwater it looks like your only option. You can dive as far as 3-meters underwater and it will keep on playing your AMV videos (Don't worry it comes with conversion software).
Well, it's different, that's for sure. The Shiro AS 1GB MP3 player is shaped like a soccer ball, which complements perfectly the round speakers we talked about previously.
Finally, Apple rolls out the 1GB iPod nano at a gorgeous $150 price point. With the same form factor and interface as the larger-capacity models, it can hold about 240 songs or about 15,000 images.
The latest pre-MacWorld rumor (along with the one about smaller iBooks) is that Apple is planning a 1GB iPod nano. The idea is to make this player a bit more affordable. The downside for Apple—and, again, this is all speculation—is that it would eat into sales of the shuffle. Wait, people are still buying the shuffle?
Now that we've got more data coming in and out of cellphones and handheld devices, it only makes sense that we'd see a high-speed 1GB mini SD card one of these days. To make this a reality, Transcend has announced a 1GB 80X Ultra Performance miniSD card that supports transfer data speeds of up to 12MB/sec and uses a…