iStation T3 is a new Portable media player which has been unveiled for the Korea market. It supports MP3, WMA, Ogg, FLAC, APE, AC3, and WAV audio files as well as MPEG-4, AVI, Divx, Xvid, WMV video files. The PMP features a 4.3″ touch-screen with a 480×272 resolution, internal memory from 4 until 32 GB data storage plus a SDHC expansion slot, runs on a Windows CE 5.0 OS, TV-Out option, USB host, a FM Radio TUner, Voice recorder, E-Book, Dictionary and up to a 10 hours of battery lifespan on video with a total size of 130×75.5x16mm and a weight of only 170g. [Dotgizmo]
This cool sun glasses is designed by Hyun-Joong Kim & Kwang-Seok Jeong in order to power your pocketable gadgets. The SIG (Self-Energy Converting Sunglasses) are quite simple. The lenses of the glasses have dye solar cells, collecting energy and making it able to power your small devices through the power jack at the back of the frame. Do you want one? [Engadget]
This speakers look like ordinary earbuds at the first glance, but actually they look like a giant earbuds. The 500XL speakers can be connected to any device with a 3.5mm audio jack. It features a 3.5mm audio input cable, USB DC power cable and a built-in amp, the speaker system can be powered either by included USB cable or by three AAA batteries.
Teac has recently rolled out its new 2.1 iPod docking station. Dubbed as the TD-X300i, the gadget will be released sometimes in January next year for €235. The docking station supports CD-R/RW, MP3 audio files, AM/FM radio and provides a maximum output power of 5Wx2 + 15W (Subwoofer). What makes the Teac TD-X300i special is that it adopts the NXT technology or the flat panel speaker. The Teac TD-X300i is compatible with all iPod from the 4th generation. [Teac]
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Audioengine has released a new wireless adapter for iPod which able to transmit sound from the media player to a stereo system. The Company also claims that the all-digital PCM signal will maintain audio quality. By using Wi-Fi technology the range of the connectivity is up to 30 feet. The W2 is compatible with the iPod classic, Touch and Nano second-generation or higher. If you buy it you’ll get the sender, receiver, USB power adapter, 3.5mm TRS to RCA adapter and an audio cable for $170. [iPodnn]