Today's DAP Headlines:
The folks at Colorware always give the newest iPod their own special touch which usually consists of loads of different color schemes. The colorized new iPod from Colorware boasts a different new feature. Apparently, they applied a new scratch-resistant coating. Sounds great, but be prepared to be an extra 65 dollars for alternative color and scratch-resistance.
Everyone tries so hard to keep their precious Nano scratch and damage free, but the streak always comes to the end at some point when you carelessly place in your pocket with your keys or drop it onto the hard pavement. This new armorized
case for the Nano may prevent damage from these accidents. PDAir's case is built out of aluminum and has a padded interior, as well as a glass or plastic screen. It is currently priced at 25 dollars for the silver version and 27 dollars for the black.
Minivian had previously shown us some beautiful pictures of the lovely new iAudio U3 from Cowon, but they now have a full-fledged review. Of course, its written in korean, so only a few of you will be able to
comprehend its meaning, but the pictures of fun to look at nevertheless. Sadly, we see some of those dreaded pixels that ruin the X5's screen.
Oh, what a strage trip it has been. The Mobiblu dvh-100 has once again made a triumuphate return. So, first it was called the mobiblu dvh-100, then we saw the Maxian MP-2220, and now finally it's the Joystation MVP-1020. The name "Bluzen" also fits in there somehow, but we just don't know how. Anyway, EblueSun has some nice pictures of the Joystation/Bluzen version if you're in the market for this sort of dap/pmp hybrid.
That's all for today, see ya next time!