Portable Media Players Guide
Portable Media Players Articles
If you were mesmerized by the extremely cool video of the Apple iPod touch launched earlier this month, you are in for a treat as we bring you actual photos of the first ever iPod to boast Wi-Fi, Safari web browser and Apple's multi-touch interface.
The Philips DCP850 docking entertainment system has a DVD drive and an iPod dock packed together, satisfying the definition of a true mobile companion.
Archos paves the way for the future of portable media players (PMP), with the induction of its latest offering, the Archos 605 Wi-Fi PMP.
The Creative Zen Stone Plus is a tiny, minuscule player that includes all the necessary portable music functions at a reasonable price and more.
Direct plug and play USB connection based micro audio players are a dime a dozen, but SanDisk has its own spin in this race with the well-equipped and unique Sansa Express.
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.
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 its small form, a clip and good audio quality, Apple has outdone itself once again with the new Apple iPod shuffle.
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.
The Samsung YP-T9B with its excellent Bluetooth audio capability marks the dawn of wireless entertainment without compromising quality, performance or style.