Sansa Clip+ Review: Big Sound, Tiny Body

Sandisk's Sansa Clip has been the preferred cheap mp3 player for audiophiles for awhile now, and the Clip+ improves on the original in price, design, capacity and features. Basically, this is the best trash mp3 player around.
» 9/03/09 8:20pm 9/03/09 8:20pm

Samsung YP-R1 PMP Plays Your Torrented Episodes of 30 Rock

We're loving Samsung's new line of PMPs, and as lifelong haters of forced video conversion, we're especially glad that Samsung's been throwing us torrent-using pirates a bone with great codec support and a 2.7-inch touchscreen in its new YP-R1 PMP. » 6/13/09 11:00pm 6/13/09 11:00pm

MP3-Playing Bunny Uses Most Adorable Dock Possible

This little bunny is named Miffy, apparently a fixture of Dutch children's books, and like our favorite American rodent has been made into an mp3 player. It's cute and all, but it's definitely the cartoony, grassy dock that sells it. » 6/02/09 8:40am 6/02/09 8:40am

A PMP This Ugly and Expensive Had Better Sound Amazing

But I think we're clear on the sound quality front. The HifiMAN HM-801 is a digital audio player, yes, but its modular design allows for a portable amp to be popped right inside. » 5/13/09 11:35pm 5/13/09 11:35pm

Sony's OLED, Wi-Fi Walkman Gets Priced to Go Head-to-Head With the iPod…

Sony's X1000-series Walkman PMP, which packs a gorgeous OLED screen and Wi-Fi, is likely to be priced to directly compete with Apple's iPod touch, according to an early appearance on Sony's site. » 5/08/09 1:15am 5/08/09 1:15am

Samsung P3 Media Player Review: Here Comes a Nano Beater

Samsung's new flagship P3 PMP isn't an iPod touch killer—despite the touchscreens, the comparison doesn't hold up. In a shoving match against the iPod nano, however, the P3 trumps it in just about every respect. » 4/06/09 5:40pm 4/06/09 5:40pm

Haier America Rolls Out With New Rhapsody Ibiza MP3 Players

In what may seem like a late start to the iPod race, Haier America is updating their Rhapsody Ibiza line with 2 new MP3 players: the Mini and the Touch. Sound familiar? » 1/13/09 9:13pm 1/13/09 9:13pm

"Noise Killer" Panasonic D-Snap SV-SD870N Runs 100 Hours Per Charge

Panasonic's latest D-Snap audio player, the SV-SD870N, is debuting (in Japan at least) with a trio of cool features, though no Bluetooth:
• It can run for "approximately" 100 hours without needing a recharge.
• It can record directly from music source to SD card when docked.
• It has built-in "noise killer" active… » 3/18/08 10:46am 3/18/08 10:46am

Sandisk Sansa Fuze Now Official

The much-rumored Sandisk Sansa Fuze has finally been brought out of the shadows, coming in 2, 4 and 8 GB sizes for $79, $99 and $129, respectively.[Gearlog]
» 3/11/08 1:08pm 3/11/08 1:08pm

Sony NW-A829, NW-A828 Walkmans Come With Bluetooth Connectivity

Sony has just released its first Bluetooth (A2DP) enabled PMPs; the NW-A829 (16GB) and NW-A828 (8GB). With support for MP3, WMA, ATRAC, Sony PCM and AAC/High Efficiency AAC, as well as MPEG-4/H.264, these players come with enough playback potential to make them contenders for a space in your pocket, as well as your… » 2/20/08 3:30am 2/20/08 3:30am

Colossal MP3 Player for Giants or NBA Players

When it comes to MP3 players, most people have the mantra, "Smaller is better." The Colossal MP3 player throws that idea out the window with a massive form factor and buttons large enough for the biggest hands, modeled (parodied?) after the Toshiba gigabeat. The giant DAP has a built-in speaker, but is otherwise… » 12/10/07 11:47am 12/10/07 11:47am

Rhapsody and Haier Go PC-Free with Ibiza Wi-Fi Music Player

Today Rhapsody and Haier launched the Ibiza Wi-Fi music player, which lets you download Rhapsody tracks via Wi-Fi without connecting to a PC first. This is really good news for Rhapsody users, until now there was no true portable device for managing tracks, though Apple, Microsoft and SanDisk (with Yahoo) have… » 11/20/07 10:17am 11/20/07 10:17am

MC Square X1 DAP Calms Soul, Reduces Stress

I'll spare you the drawn out, inane ramblings fancied by other Web writers when it comes to the MC Square X1. A digital audio player boasting 512MB of built-in memory (which can be increased to 2GB using microSD cards), the X1 sorta has this whole "oh look, I'm from the future!1" aura about it, as the Cyclops-looking… » 10/23/06 9:27am 10/23/06 9:27am

MusicMug DAP Speakers are Cheaper, More Efficient than Starbucks

You may enjoy your quadruple decaf no foam latte deluxe, but can it play some freaking sweet tunes from your iPod or other digital audio player? Hell no! This mug can. The music mug is a bone china coffee mug with a speaker built into the base. It's just so much cooler than any other iPod dock, even though the… » 9/25/06 11:32am 9/25/06 11:32am