This handy and compact APod AP269 Multimedia Player is flash-based and offers a lot of punch for a PMP it’s size. It comes available in 512MB capacity for $49 and 1GB capacity for $70. It boasts a 1.8-inch OLED display, an FM tuner, photo album, games, and support for most audio/video formats.
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Altec Lansing has just released their XM3120 for XM Satelite Radio’s Delphi Roady and Audiovox speakers. The XM3120 features a 20-foot antenna for excellent reception. All you would need to do is Delphi Roady or Audiovox Xpress satellite radio receivers in the slot on top of the speakers. They are now available for $99.99. Via New Launches.
Check out this soccer/futbol shaped Mp3 player made by Matsunichi. The MF228 features 80 x 48 pixel display and stores 256/512MB of memory. Some other features include a FM/voice recorders and support for MP3/WMA/WAV files. The measurements are 45.2mm in diameter. Release date is set for May 1st, but there’s no price date. Via Engadget.
Recently the 2.7 Firmware for the PSP was just released. It enabled users to play online flash games and watch flash movies. Some may not know of being able to play off-line Flash games. Here’s a quick tutorial on how-to-do it. First update to 2.7 Firmware and then enable Flash under system settings. Then download some flash games from wherever you find. I really enjoyed SCARYJAM8’S PSP FLASH GAME PACK on the Sony PSP forums. Then place the files here: file:/psp/common/flashgame.swf. Via Scaryjam8 of Sony Forums. Pack available here.
Portable gadgets have been really hot lately and this portable media player follows the trend. The Sorell DN10 features a 3.5 inch screen and sleek design. For storage, the Sorell DN10 has 1GB of internal memory with the function of adding more through the SD slot. The DN10 supports AVI DivX, Xvid, WMA, MP3, TXT, JPG, BMP and not to mention GPS. Via Akihabara News.