Creative has launched the new red Creative ZEN 4GB PMP (ZN-Z4G-RD) in Japan. The player will be released on November 1st, 2008 for 10,800Yen. Measuring 83mm × 55mm × 11.3mm and weighing at 65grams, the gadget also sports most of audio and video file formats including MP3, WMA, AAC, WMV, Motion-JPEF, MPEG4-SP, and XviD. [Akihabara]
Philips has announced the GoGear 2940 MP3 player. There is nothing special with this player. The gadget comes equipped with a color OLED display and supports off course MP3, WAV and WMA files. Other features of the GoGear 2940 include an integrated equalizer, USB 2.0 connectivity, voice recording capability and a built-in FM tuner. No idea on pricing or availability though. [Engadget]
Apple has updated its iPod Shuffle with some new fresh colors. The new Shuffle is now available in blue, green, pink, red and original silver. The specifications of the new Shuffle are still the same with the original silver iPod Shuffle. [Apple]
Good news for us who lived in the States. Cowon has decided to launch the Cowon O2 portable media player in the US. As a reminder, the player features a 4.3 inch widescreen display (480 x 272 resolution), SD/SDHC memory card slot, JetEffect audio processing, 10-band equalizer, 720p HD video playback, support for a wide range of audio/visual codecs, audio recorder in FLAC format and PDF, Word, PowerPoint file reader. The Cowon O2 PMP is priced at $219 (8GB), $249 (16GB) and $299 (32GB). [Laptopmag]
Here’s a cool iPod dock that looks like a locker on the outside based on the Disney’s High School Musical series. Other features include an integrated AM/FM tuner, a sleep timer, a snooze button, and volume display. Look for this locker dock at Target for $59.99.
Philips has just unveiled a new Mp3 player ‘GoGear LUXE’ that lets you tune in to your music and pick up calls wirelessly at the same time. This 2GB player features Bluetooth 2.1 that can be paired with the cellphone so you will never miss a call while listening to music. It also features an FM tuner, a strip of LCD that gives you the caller’s number, and a decent 10 hours of playback time with 100 hours on standby. It will go on sale next month for a price of $94 in Singapore, then Thailand, Malaysia, India, China and Southeast Asia later this year. [Engadget]