It’s been quite a while now that we have been lusting after the Optimus OLED keyboard. While that product is still under development - and rumor has it that it will not utilize OLED anymore - Art Lebedev Studios has released the Optimus Mini Three in the interim as a proof of concept. We got ahold of one of the Optimus Mini Three units, and we unbox it here in this episode.
Let us know what you think, or what you want us to unbox next!
The NW-E005F Walkman is Sony’s latest flash-based Mp3 player in their E000 series. At a weight of .8 oz and dimensions of 3.1 x 0.8 x 0.4-inches, it has a storage capacity of up to 2 GB and a battery life of up to 28 hours. The Walkman features a built-in FM tuner, a one-line OLED screen, and a USB thumb drive. It comes with earbuds and is available at a MSRP of $120-151, depending on where your Santa shops for stocking stuffers.
South Korea’s latest D-click input-based portable media device is tinier than ever. The iriver S10 has 2GB of flash storage for MP3, ASF, Ogg Vorbis, and WMA playback. Its OLED display is a mere 1.5” at a resolution of 128 x 96 pixels. With dimensions of 42 x 30 x 10.8mm and a weight of just 17.5g, maybe you can even hide it from the boss.
- Interface Type: USB 2.0
- Rated battery (audio) life: 8 hours
- Picture format: BMP
- Compatibility: PC
- FM radio/recording: Yes
- Voice recording: Yes
- FM recording: Yes
Not much else is known about the little critter, but we will keep you posted on its whereabouts, if we can find it.
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It seems like we have waited for both the Optimus OLED Keyboard and the Optimus Mini Three for an eternity. The good news, however, is that the Mini Three has finally arrived, and ThinkGeek will soon be selling those bad boys. In fact, they got one in early, and took a few unboxing images to show the three-keyed device off. The OLED keys look great, but they only run at three frames-per-second, so don’t expect anything fancier than a constantly updating still image. Head on over to ThinkGeek for all the details.
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