Portable Media Players Guide
Portable Media Players Articles
The washable and wearable Sony Walkman NWZ-W252 sounds like a fascinating concept that's especially great for the sporty crowd, but how does this portable media player hold up in our tests?
We've brought you a glimpse of Philips' upcoming audio products with our recent trip to Belgium. Now, witness their incoming AV fleet as we bring you highlights from their official launch held at the ritzy Hard Rock Hotel.
If you can't do without music, and faithful sound reproduction is all you live for, then this feature is for you. We are currently in Leuven, Belgium, to find out more about Philips' freshly concocted "Obsessed with Sound" campaign and six accompanying audio champions about to grace our shelves real soon.
Android is going places, and makes its presence felt on internet tablets like the Archos 5 Internet Tablet.
Make way for the Microsoft Zune HD as it's coming at you with earphones blasting. Oh wait - that's only in the US for now. Even so, you have to check out Microsoft's latest attempt to unseat the iPod. For that, we've got a video overview and a full review in this article.
The Archos Vision 3, one of the newest PMPs from Archos, sets to impress with its sleek form, but how does it fare overall?
The 5th generation iPod nano has been out for a little while but today, we're going to show you just how capable its new integrated video camera is. In fact, we've shot everything in the video using the new nano, so go ahead and see firsthand if its video quality is sufficient as a decent pocket video recording gadget.
The new Sony Walkman NWZ-X1000 keeps the Japanese company strong in the game with its new OLED screen and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Portable digital entertainment has come a long way over the past decade. Take a good look at your portable media player and discover its evolution through the decade as we reminiscence its key developments and noteworthy implementations over the last ten years.
On first glance, the Samsung YP-P3 struck us as something of a fashion icon. How then does it fare as a portable media player?