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Sarotech promises to play your HD videos, audio files, pictures, and text files with minimal problems with the DVP-507 abigs Multimedia Player.
Apple has unleashed the 2nd generation of its iPod nano that is aesthetically inspired by the original iPod mini. Sadly, it doesn't really offer much in the way of new.
The MG-35 is no shrimp, users can watch their favorite videos with it and use it to access files from any network with its NDAS technology.
The Sony NW-S203F is a sports oriented digital audio player with a built-in pedometer to help you count steps and measure distances.
There are many appealing stuff in the market that only have the aesthetics factor but the Panasonic HTX7 headphones is one that actually performs as well as it looks.
Kingston tries its luck in the multimedia market as it introduces the new K-PEX100 - an affordable portable media player for video, music, photos, and much more.
With a whole lot of media centers out there, the Rapsody N35 stands out with its NDAS capabilities, doubling as a Networked Attached Storage.
Users who would like to lull themselves to sleep or wake up to their favorite tunes will surely appreciate the iHome iH5 - an alarm clock, radio and an iPod speaker system in one device.
MSI introduces the P310: their small "Mega Player" that enables users to not only listen to their favorite audio tracks, but also watch movies and view photos with it.
The Samsung YP-K5 digital audio player is more then just a personal entertainment device. Slim and sexy, its high-powered slide out speakers pretty much transforms it into a mini boom box.