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  • SanDisk Sansa TakeTV Video Player

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    The SanDisk launched the Sansa TakeTV video player(4GB $100; 8GB $150) designed a way to take video from the PC to the TV. The TakeTV device is as easy as using a USB flash drive. Just drag files to your TakeTV player, slip it into the TV cradle, and press play on the included remote. Now it supported the DivX, XVID and MPEG-4 video formats. A TakeTV 8GB storage can hold up to 10 hours of MPEG-4 video.
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    Price: $100-$150   |   BUY

    Nokia N810

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    Nokia announced a new pocket-sized Nokia N810 Internet Tablet($480 November 2007), without the phone function. N810 can connect the network via the Wi-Fi hotspot or your Bluetooth mobile phone. It allow you make internet calls, check you gmail even watch videos on YouTube. It features inclued a 4.13-nch WVGA (800 x 480), GPS, 2GB internal storage, WiFi, Bluetooth and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Its battery life 4 hours of "typical use", 10 hours music use and 5 days active standby.
    Price: $480   |  

    Zune 2

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    The next-generation Zune has just been announced. The Zune 2( 80GB$250; 4GB$150; 8GB$200; November 13, 2007) with two new models, 80GB hard drive model and 4GB and 8GB flash-based models respectively. New features include the "Zune Pad" which is a touch sensitive four-way navigational button, a redesigned interface, and wireless media syncing. The 80GB Zune also has a large, 3.2-inch screen, but only comes in black.
    Price: $250   |   BUY

    Samsung YP-P2 Media Player

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    Samsung's new sexy Bluetooth media players with FM tuners. The Samsung YP-P2($250 Pre-order) bring us a 16:9 widescreen, 3-inch touchscreen display with 8GB of Video, Music, and Photo. It supports the media formats include MP3, WMA, Subscription Music, MPEG4, WMV, JPG, TXT. It built-in Bluetooth 2.0 for Bluetooth headphones, speakers for wireless stereo playback. YP-P2 has text viewer, alarm clock, world clock, calendar functions. It Pre-sale in Amazon now.

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    Price: $250   |   BUY

    The Lemur

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    The Jazzmutant's Lemur(EUR 2,106-2,349) is a multi-touch sensor use finger control the music sequencing, mixing anything else you like to apply control by finger. The Lemur provides a modular interface editor that lets you build your own custom graphical control panels, including sliders, faders, dials, buttons, keyboards and more. It features built-in 100M ethernet which meaning it can control through the loacal newrork computer. Jump more to see the Lemur video.

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    Price: EUR 2,106-2,349   |   BUY

    The Pacemaker

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    The Pacemaker(EUR 520, about $720) is the world first pocket DJ system. The Pacemaker is a digi music player that lets you create your own music by mix between audio channels. It features that you can use to spin your tracks like fades, loops, filters, bends, pitch and even add audio effects into the mashed-up song. You can control the mixing by pressing a P-button located on the side of the Pacemaker and the circular touchpad, essentially creating your sonic message using just your thumb.
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    Price: EUR 520   |   BUY

    Sony Rolly

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    Sony today unveils its musical robotic egg, the Rolly. The 300g gizmo is a moving MP3 player that is motion sensitive. It shaped like an egg can dance with the music(you can witness in below video). The Rolly can be programmed to spin in pre-sequenced rhythms along with the music playing through its speakers. It featureswith 1GB of memory and it's Bluetooth compatible so you can beam your MP3 songs to it without any physical connection. Battery life is 5 hours. The Rolly will be available in Japan on Sept. 29 for about 350$.
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    SanDisk Sansa View MP3 Player

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    SanDisk today release the new SanDisk Sansa View(8GB $150, 16GB $200). The new design to compete for lastest iPod nano with a larger 2.4" display(320X240), up to 16GB of storage and more. It is very thin(4.29 x 1.95 x 0.35 inches) as a standard pencil. It supported the playback of MP3, protected and unprotected WMA, WAV, audio along with MPEG4, WMV, H.264, DivX video playback at a nice 30 frames per second and view JPEG files. Another features it bulid-in digital FM radio with 20 pre-sets. It can even expanded by MicroSD/SDHC slot. And it promises 35 hours of audio playback, or 7 hours of video.
    Price: $150-$200   |   BUY

    The Zune - Halo 3 Edition

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    What could be better for the hardcore Halo 3 fan looking for a portable digital media? The limited edition black Zune Halo 3 Edition($395) start with 30GB and Halo graphics and a slew of pre-loaded Halo content, included the complete soundtracks to Halo and Halo 2, three Halo 3 "making of " documentary videos, and over 120 different artwork images. And the Zone built in FM tuner.
    Price: $395   |   BUY

    JVC XA-AW33 Bath MP3 Player

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    Japan JVC's XA-AW33 Bath MP3 Player($225) designed water proof MP3 player. when you bath, it can floating and play tunes at your tub.  It features packed 256MB internal memory, you can easy load your favorite mp3, WMA, and WMA-DMA files from your computer via USB. It using the 4 AAA batteries to get up to 15 hours of playback time. Of course you can use it in the room, or the kitchen.
    Price: $229   |   BUY

    Tangent Quattro

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    Would you like the new radio has 5,500 radio stations from internet. The Tangent Quattro($350) is a WiFi Internet radio; It can access over 5,500 Internet radio stations from WiFi. It features DAB/FM support allowing you to listening to analog or digital FM radio broadcasts. You can also use the Quattro to wirelessly stream music and audio from your computer or MP3 player. The bulit-in a 3" up-firing speaker. It comes in four wood-like finishes( white, red, brown black).
    Price: $350   |   BUY

    iRiver Siren DP250

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    iRiver announced the Siren DP250( 7 September, 2007). The player is branded as a Siren product but definitely has taken on the iRiver look. The Siren DP250 is small MP3 player, weight 33g, 102mm x 30.5mm x 12.7mm length. It comes in black and white. Besides play mp3 files, can record through a microphone line-in or from the FM radio. It has 400mw mono speaker built in. It included 1 GB($85) and 2GB($120) capability.
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    Price: $85-$120   |   BUY

    Sony Walkman NWZ-A810

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    Sony unveil new video Walkmans to the US, NWZ-A810 and NWZ-S610($120-$230) series walkman media players. Both support connect to online music service. The NWZ-A810 model players come in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB capability. And It features 2-inch QVGA (320 x 240) LCD, support for multiple media formats such as MP3, WMA and AVC audio codec on the video side. The battery life up to 8 hours of video playback. The NWZ-A810 series video Walkmans will go for $140 (2GB), $180 (4GB) and $230 (8GB), and the NWZ-S610 series will retail for $120 (2GB), $160 (4GB) and $210 (8GB).
    Price: $120-$230   |   BUY

    SanDisk Sansa Clip

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    SanDisk Sansa Clip($40-$60) is a tiny MP3 player. The Clip is double the height of a quarter or almost the same size as your average golf ball. It comes in 4 colors (black, pink, red and blue).The Sansa Clip plays MP3 and WMA formats. Another features including a built-in FM radio, voice recorder, OLED screen and a 15-hour battery life. They included 2 storage capability 1 GB ($40) and 2 GB ($60) models.
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    Price: $40-$60   |   BUY

    Juke Tower MP3 Speaker

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    Japan's company Juke Tower waterproof speaker Juke Tower MP3 Speaker($130) for use in bathroom. It designed to like a bottle of shampoo. It featues with a large 2GB storage for up to 12 hours of playback time using only 3 AA batteries; Detachable USB drive allows user to drag-and-drop music from either PC or Mac; [via]
    Price: $130   |   BUY