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Audio Technica's QuietPoint ATH-ANC7 is the latest traveler's noise-cancelling headphone on the block, and we test it out to see if it's really as good as its name suggests.
If you're an owner of a spanking new iPhone 3G and have the urge to blast music from your new shiny toy, look no further: the Altec Lansing T612 is here!
Fancy a dainty yet feature-packed portable media player? There's the Samsung YP-S3 to consider, and here's an overview of this latest device from Samsung's lineup.
Light and small as a pebble, which also happened to be its nickname, the Samsung YP-S2 proved to be a portable and auditory pleasure for us.
We put Creative's latest Zen X-Fi portable media player through its paces and see if the added X-Fi technology really works, or if it's just another gimmick.
The Archos 705 is a good mobile and multimedia companion for the constant traveler.
Held at 'The Studio' today was Creative's launch of their latest portable media player, the Zen X-Fi, boasting X-Fi audio quality, Wi-Fi, and other interesting features. Read on to get a quick update of what you can expect out of it.
Instead of the usual Bluetooth connection, Sennheiser went the Kleer technology route with its CES 2008 debutant, the MX W1 wireless stereo earphones.
Except for Apple's iPod, it can be hard to decide which MP3 player to get. The latest one is the flash based Sony NWD-E020F.
With its user-friendly menu and access to unlimited music around the world, the Freecom MusicPal is for you if you don't mind its mediocre sound quality.