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Creative's latest digital audio player is featherlight and really small. Like the iPod shuffle, it also lacks a display screen but touts a few advantages that easily makes it a must-have, even if you already have an MP3 player.
While there is no clear winner in the home high-definition optical storage feud yet, Toshiba has reaffirmed its direction with the release of the HD-E1, an affordable HD-DVD player for your next home entertainment revamp.
Users will love Edifier's e1100: a classy multimedia speaker system that compliments any desktop and delivers superb audio every time.
The Jabra S5010 is not only able to play music from your mobile phone, but also from your MP3player, notebook, or PC.
The new Samsung YP-K3 is not only a good DAP, it also has other functions like a built-in FM tuner to give users the total audio package.
With the technology from Etymotic Research, the harman/kardon EP710 gives users superb audio quality and noise isolation in inconspicuous package.
With its small form, a clip and good audio quality, Apple has outdone itself once again with the new Apple iPod shuffle.
The Crossroads Sport Earphones Mylarone will make you regret ever buying earphones off the racks of electrical supermarts.
The S705 WALKMAN player is definitely one of the prettiest music player to hit the shelves in recent time. Blessed with superlative noise canceling, it is all but ready to take your listening pleasure to the next level.
Users are in for a treat as the new i.Tech BlueBAND R Bluetooth Stereo Headphones is capable of true stereo output minus the wires.