Motorola has just unveiled their new MotoACTV, a compact fitness monitoring MP3 player that tracks your performance, heartrate and even provides motivation through song selection and an audible fitness coach.
The $16 Sinch is a simple accessory that'll attach your ear buds to a phone or portable music player.
A Walkman's not just for music anymore. The forthcoming Sony Android Walkman will give people access to apps—finally!—but true to the Walkman's legacy Sony's built the new version around it's music features.
If sales of Apple's iPod are any indication, the heyday of the MP3 player is over and done with.
I hate it when I'm investigating a spooky mystery, or walking around the woods at night, and don't have any sweet tunes to go along with me. Actually, I don't, because that scenario never exists, and this product is moronic.
Has Coby dared go down the same route as Apple, by releasing an MP3 player sans controls? It's not clear how the Micro player works, but judging by the lack of buttons it'd appear the controls are in the headphones.
The Sony Walkman A845 is a scant 7.2mm thick and gets a reported 29 hours of audio playback on one charge. It's perfect for the next time you want to listen to Wagner's Ring Cycle in one sitting. Twice.
The MyFit is a pretty good idea taken unexpectedly to the extreme. A workout player, sure, that's a good idea. But wait, this doesn't just count calories, it measures your fat and forcibly tells you to drink water.
The Rad Blaster does what a lot of MP3 players do—like play music, record sounds and store files. But this one does it shaped like a boombox. Like a BOOMBOX people.
The Sony Walkman X-series is Sony's premium flash-based portable media player, packing Wi-Fi, noise-cancellation, a redesigned UI and a gorgeous OLED touchscreen. But can it compete with the reigning champ, the iPod Touch? In a word, no.
Sony Style Hong Kong has done us the favor of spilling all the specs behind the fancy X1000 Walkman with OLED touchscreen and web browser Sony announced at CES. I almost want one.
A company has "borrowed" famous Korean rabbit MashiMaro and turned it into an MP3 player. And true to the spirit of the cartoon, they placed the audio connector in a well analyzed place:
Remember how annoying winding up a cassette with your finger used to be? I thought we were past all of that nonsense, but the designers behind the NVDRS MP3 cassette tape have other plans.
Despite its name, this $143 MP3 Tower is only 7-inches tall, making it more convenient to stick in small places. It's also waterproof!