There is still time to get that last minute gift for your favorite valentine. Let everyone know the object of your affection when he/she uses their iPod, MP3 player, PDA, laptop or portable gaming system with these Heart Ear Buds with 3.5mm socket. For those who want to show their affection in an alternative way, there are also Duck and Fly Ear Buds available. Each set runs $11.99.
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mobiBlu has unveiled their A10 UFO MP3 Player that can link to other Bluetooth devices. It has a built-in NXT 2W flat panel speaker and can play back ASF, MP3, OGG and WMA format files. While there is no ET peeking out from the top, the player does vibrate while it performs. Its lithium-ion battery pack gives about 6 hours of play when the speaker is used, more than twice that when headphones are connected to the 3.5mm audio jack. Available in 512MB to 8GB models, the 90 x 44mm UFO comes in gloss red or black.
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Here is another simple speaker that’s perfect for traveling. Tiny but functional, the Keychain Mini Speaker is only a 1-inch cube, but still manages to have a decent sound and a 3.5mm audio out socket to plug into your MP3 player, PDA, laptop or portable gaming system. With a USB connection you can recharge its built-in battery. Available in either silver or black, after the $20.07 price, all you need to add is the iPod.
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Digital Blue has teamed with Lego to bring an entire line of kids’ gadgets out to play. Included in the series will be a digital cam, a video camera, MP3 player, walkie talkie and other electronics. Although they will have the look of the blocks, fortunately the users cannot dissemble them. Look for a summer release. We bet this would be a good gift for those Lego addicted friends of yours as well as the kidlets.
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The Vig MP3 stereo player has a video and voice recorder, a camera and mic, and supports a MicroSD memory card. Its internal memory holds 2GB, charges via USB 2.0, and gets 90 minutes on the built-in Li-battery. At a size of 48 x 30 x 13.5mm and a weight of 39g, it comes with charger, USB cable, AC adapter, strap and earphone. The player carries a MSRP of $60.00.
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Is there no end to the influx of Internet radios these days? This is VTech’s entry, the IS9181, targeted for adults. Priced at under $200.00, connect to your home wireless 802.11 network and have access to over 11,000 Internet stations. You can also listen to MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV and Real files stored on a WiFi PC. The radio comes with an aux-audio cable to use with your iPod, MP3 player or any other audio device with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
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This is no ordinary Spy Pen. It has a cam and mic and captures AVI video and replays it on your PC, and when your covert operations are completed, you can use it as an MP3 player and USB drive. The device, at a size of 150 x 15 x 15mm and a weight of 45g, supports Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista and needs a two hour charge. The Spy Pen comes with earphone, USB cable and AC adapter at a price of $65.00.
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If you ever had a Radio Flyer, you might be amazed at the wagon of the future. The Cloud 9 features safety harnesses, padded seats, foot brakes, storage containers and cup holders. Even better, the prototype will have a digital handle to keep track of temperature, time, distance and speed. The is also a slot for an MP3 player and a speaker.
“We approached this product much like an automotive company might with a concept car,” said Mark Johnson, Radio Flyer’s product development manager.
We guess it is going to be a while before this one becomes the real thing. Until then, your tots will have to carry their iPods on their tricycles.
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Belco is the latest company to unveil their netbook, the full-flash Alpha 400. It certainly is basic with its 7-inch display, 128MB RAM, 1GB internal memory, a 400MHz MIPS processor, a 10/100 MB Ethernet interface, and WiFi connectivity. It also has a SDHC memory card slot for another 32GB of storage and runs on Linux. Let’s not forget it works as an e-book, MP3 and game player and has installed business software. You can get the netbook for way-cheap. Try $169.95.
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Foxit has introduced its first e-book reader that they have dubbed the eSlick. With a mere 0.4-inch thickness and a weight of 6.4 oz., you can view PDF files or convert any printable document to PDF. The device also has a built-in MP3 Player. It comes with software, a 2GB SD card and earphones. Foxit says it will be arriving “very soon.” You can pre-order now for $229.99 and you will save $30.00.
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