Tag Archives: mp3_player

iGTR, Therefore iPod

Forget about all of this Guitar Hero mess. What about a little fun for us real guitarists? iGTR from Wave connects your mp3 player to your guitar so you can jam out to your favorite tunes on your iPod (or a Zune, if you’re a dirty commie). iGTR also packs in 9 guitar effects, including wah, tremolo and phaser effects ...

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Cellphone has no buttons to press, but plenty of holes to play with

Continuing their “design fiction”, which was first shown with The Pebble MP3 Player, nonobject in conjunction with branko Lukic presents their touchless cellphone design, Tarati. The Tarati concept design features no buttons, but holes you pass your finger through to activate the keys. Tarati “beckons” the user to reach out and touch someone, without having to actually touch the person. ...

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Slideon.v2: Even more ghostly

A few days ago we talked about the Slideon concept PMP design and its sleek slider style. With the first version fresh in our minds, the Slideon.v2 improves on the already gorgeous MP3 player. v2 features a huge wide-screen, which is as big as a normal iPod. The slide design means no obtrusive buttons to get in the way and ...

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Slideon MP3 Player is ghostly

With the ever-changing mobile phone market becoming a breeding ground for slider phones, it’s no surprise that a PMP player would eventually be designed in the fashion of the slide design. Hell, Apple’s doing the opposite for the iPhone, right? The Slideon MP3 Player is a concept design from Ian Murchison. The Slideon is designed to integrate the sleekness of ...

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The Pebble: The MP3 object designed with Mother Nature in mind

Nonobject design is paving a path through the design world based on what they like to call “design fiction”. Or in other words, concepts that are pretty out there. The Pebble is a MP3 player themed after nature. Each would have a totally unique design, with its own contours and off-color areas setting it apart from the other players. Even ...

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Pez MP3 Player is a collector’s dream

Please excuse me if I’m gushing, but when a geeky collectible becomes mixed with another tech medium, this is time for me to praise the heavens for blessing us with all this cool shit to talk about. The Pez MP3 player has a 512 MB capacity, which is nothing to really jump for joy about, but hey, it’s a fricken ...

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Sparkling keypad for wearable electronics

Wearable electronic clothing is nothing new to the tech world, but this is the first time we can recall a company commercially releasing a product specifically made to control your MP3 player through your clothing. The China Coin is a blinking, sparkling wearable control inspired from the old Chinese coins from the Han Dynasty. The China Coin is 100% washable ...

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Samsung YA-DS200: The “mobile speaker”

Despite its appearance, the Samsung YA-DS200 is not a cellphone. In fact, it’s a mobile speaker system. Compact and sleek, the 800mW speaker to go has the same design scheme a the Samsung YP-K3 MP3 player and would make an excellent addition to your portable media sound system. Its LCD screen displays levels of the audio output as you listen. ...

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MP3 BBQ Grill makes your ears crave beef

The Fourth of July is rapidly approaching. Which can only mean one thing. The grills are going to be whipped out for some good old summer BBQ partying. This summer, forget about the boring pansy-boy George Foreman grill. Take a look at this tune playing machine. The Memphis Barbecue combines two of America’s favorite past times, loud rock music and ...

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Waterproof Dolphin MP3 Player for sea dwelling humans

As we posted back in January, Century Corp Japan announced their Dolphin MP3 Player, a waterproof solution to portable media. The Dolphin looks like some sort of medical equipment you would find in a hospital and connects right onto a pair of goggles. The silicon covered 1GB flash drive comes with waterproof earphones, which we would think would also keep ...

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