Items Tagged with MP3 player
#264 / 2011-08-24 11:01:25 / 4:06 min.
SanDisk's latest, the Sansa Clip Zip, is a low-end digital audio player well suited to the Shuffle set. Priced competitively with the Shuffle (Apple's tiny DAP is the most logical comparison), the Clip Zip brings some features the Shuffle can't touch. Expandable storage via inexpensive microSD, radio play and voice recording. Oh yeah, and the 1.1-inch color screen. If you're looking for an inexpensive player for the gym, cycling or running, the Clip Zip is a solid bet. Budget a little extra for a pair of decent headphones though.
#209 / 2011-02-07 12:00:00 / 3:30 min.
TV Hat is one of those products that make you say "why didn't I think of that?" and then immediately answers the question for you: "because I can't see myself (or indeed anyone else) wearing it." However, if you're the socks and sandals sort, the I don't care what anyone else thinks sort, the resigned to a lifetime spent alone sort, well, TV Hat is for you.
#89 / 2011-01-04 08:25:00 / 3:14 min.
Matt Harris hosts Sean Carruthers On Deck as the pair discuss what's in store for CES 2011 on butterscotch.com. Sean talks about the logistics of getting the biggest butterscotch.com crew ever into Vegas for the show and makes a few predictions about what CES will bring this year as he covers the show floor.
#9 / 2010-12-16 10:00:00 / 4:35 min.
new Kindle devicescome with some
experimental featuresthat you can access through the Kindle menu. These include the ability to
browse the Internetusing a built-in browser and the ability to turn your
Kindle into an MP3 player. We show you how to use the Kindle browser as well as how to
add MP3s to your Kindlein this episode.
#199 / 2010-01-12 20:45:00 / 2:21 min.
Andy Walker talks with Court Elliot from Philips about the brand new Philips Activa, an MP3 player that's also your personal coach in the gym. Once you've loaded up the Activa with your music it will automatically create different play-lists based on the beats per minute. For added incentive the Activa also has a little programmable voice to help get you motivated.
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#4 / 2009-05-22 09:00:00 / 13:11 min.
Sean Carruthers takes a close look at the iPod Shuffle and demonstrates how the new control scheme works. He also explores how to optimize your library for the new VoiceOver feature and explains how this third-generation Shuffle differs from its predecessors.
#3 / 2009-05-22 09:00:00 / 3:51 min.
The new iPod Shuffle is incredibly small because the player controls have been moved to the headphones. The downside: if you don't like the headphones that come with the player (or they're uncomfortable or often fall out of your ears), you can't just switch to any old set of headphones... so we have a few survival strategies.
#2 / 2009-05-21 09:00:00 / 4:36 min.
The new iPod Shuffle uses a feature called VoiceOver to "read" the name of the track out to you when you press and hold the center button on the headphone's controls. Because the player doesn't have an LCD screen, this is the only way to find out what the tracks are, but the robotic VoiceOver voice may need a bit of coaching from you to give you what you want.
#1 / 2009-05-20 09:00:00 / 5:25 min.
The new iPod Shuffle is the tiniest Shuffle yet, but one of the ways they got it so small was taking the player controls off the player itself and putting them on the headphone cord. That means they're always within easy reach, but the new interface, consisting of a center button, a plus sign and an minus sign, takes some getting used to.
#11 / 2009-01-16 09:01:00 / 5:26 min.
The reason you decided to step up to the iPhone 3G probably has something to do with its extensive music and video playing capabilities. While the iPhone is a great phone and an excellent connected internet device, it also leverages Apple's impressive legacy in digital audio players and brings all of the iPod features to your phone. Anything that requires us to carry one less device is OK by us.
#2 / 2008-10-27 00:00:00 / 2:50 min.
CDs are so 1990. Miss Download, AKA Cheryl Poirier, has a simple tool that makes it easy to get your music off the polycarbonate discs that currently hold it and on to your portable audio player. It's called FreeRip and, as the name implies, it's a completely free audio ripper. It can rip to and convert common audio formats like MP3, WMA, WAV and even Vorbis.
#62 / 2007-02-26 17:00:00 / 17:54 min.
Andy and Sean look at the pros and cons of flash vs. hard-drive storage on digital music players.
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